Category Archives: books/magazines/publishing
“Photographer Ata Kandó came from a family of intellectuals. She trained at the Bortnyik School, a private art school in Budapest where she met her first husband, the painter Gyula Kandó. After completing her training, she became an apprentice with … Continue reading
For those of you who have been following my blog for awhile, you’ll probably know of my love for Edward Gorey. I grew up feasting my eyes on his macbre books and illustrations, many of which I own to this … Continue reading
I’m really enjoying Lizzy Stewart‘s growing collection of book covers. They appeal to my bookish nature and my interest in illustration. Which cover is your favourite?
The Industries of Animals by Frédéric Houssay was published in 1893 and features 44 detailed illustrations that document animal behaviour.
Garden People by Ursula Buchan is a documentation of the English gardening scene post Word War 2. The book features photography by the late Valerie Finnis, one of the best-known figures in postwar British horticulture. “With great skill and verve, … Continue reading
I’m really loving the video recipe tutorials popping up on vimeo. Here are some I particularly liked: The Apple Galette by Elephantine the apple galette from rachelchew on Vimeo. How to Cook Quinoa by My New Roots My New Roots … Continue reading
I stumbled across this tumblr that documents famous writers and their cats. I’m not really a cat person, but I rather liked this one. Jean-Paul Sartre William Carlos Williams Rod McKuen Colette
Another jumbled collection of things. I hope you enjoy them. From The Album of Flowers and Insects by Zhu Ruining Black Ribs Swimsuit by Black Milk (please someone buy this for me) Oh My Gosh, Spaghetti Squash by My New … Continue reading