Author Archives: wolfeyebrows
Alexia Webster is a Johannesburg-born documentary photographer who currently resides in Cape Town. She has travelled extensively through Africa – capturing poignant photographs of its’ landscapes, people and the socio-political issues that they face.
Hut on Sleds is an innovative mobile home located on a beach in New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula. It comprises of a 40 square metre multifunctional space, balanced on wooden sleds, which gives the house mobility on a shifting beach landscape. Here is … Continue reading
Light Years is a lingerie label established in 2012 by Australian graphic designer and illustrator Annika Seidel. So far two collections have been released and I’ve loved every single piece in both of them. Annika’s designs are elegant and not overly … Continue reading
“Heinui is the new project of French fashion designer Claire Pignot. The label produces charmingly quirky, highly feminine clothes that are effortless, easy-to-wear and quietly sophisticated, subtly mixing high-end materials carefully sourced from all around the world with timeless, casual … Continue reading
Sophie Alda is a freelance illustrator, painter and prop maker based in East London. She works primarily in a light pastel tonal palette creating surreal and fantastical compositions. Some of her paintings appear as a fragmented narrative that unfolds in … Continue reading
Bend is a furniture and product design company based in Los Angeles, California. The company was started by Gaurav Nanda who has always had a fascination with creation and construction. The brand is known for their colourful wire seating, which is “made … Continue reading
Florian Reischauer is an Austrian-born photographer who currently lives and works in Berlin. Grüß Gott - a fairy tale is a photographic series that was created in and around the town he grew up in as a child. Drawing on childhood memories, narrative … Continue reading
I recently finished watching an amazing series called Top of the Lake (thanks for the recommendation Terence and Jelena). Here is a brief description of the seven-part miniseries: “12 years old and 5 months pregnant, Tui Mitcham walks into a … Continue reading
I’m sick at the moment with some awful chest and head cold thing, which has left me feeling rather grumpy and sorry for myself. Another “side effect” of this is a greatly increased desire for comfort food – this compilation … Continue reading
Zosia Dzierzawska is a Polish illustrator based in Milan. She works in a collaborative creative studio called Studio Armad’illo. Her illustration reminds me of artist and children’s book illustrator Carson Ellis. It has a delicate and rich cultural quality about it.