Category Archives: film/tv/music

Miscellany

I’m trying to get around to making a few gift guides for the festive season, but I fear I may run out of time. So to tide you over, here is a miscellany of nice things. I hope you like … Continue reading

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Miscellany

Adidas by Stella McCartney’s Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear collection accomplishes the rather tricky task of making sportswear elegant without compromising on function. Sweet potato and quinoa salad with soft-boiled eggs by Naturally Ella. Furniture designer Ariele Alasko takes Instagram portraits of her … Continue reading

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Angela Dalinger

Sandra Angela Wichmann, who is known in the world of art and illustration as Angela Dalinger, is a 29-year old artist who lives in a small town in Hamburg, Germany. Angela is a prolific and talented artist who uses a colourful, … Continue reading

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The Mod One

Hannah Metz, co-owner of the boutique The Loved One and the blogger behind Hannah & Landon, created this informal lookbook featuring some lovely items from Dear Creatures, Seychelles Shoes, BC Footwear and The Loved One to promote a sale in her store. The … Continue reading

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Miscellany: Back to Nature

Chickpea Magazine is a beautifully designed quarterly publication that showcases vegan-related content from recipes, to photo essays, book reviews and personal stories. The magazine is also ad-free, which is a refreshing change from the norm. SLA is an unusual restaurant … Continue reading

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Badlands

Last week I watched director Terrence Malick‘s first film Badlands, which was made in 1973. I was pleasantly surprised by its linear plot and more mainstream appeal, as Malick has become known for beautifully shot but obscure films that often … Continue reading

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Miscellany

Assembly - a captivating photographic series of young girls dressed identically in different landscapes, by Japanese photographer, Osamu Yokonami. (via: boooooom) Some tomboy outfit inspiration by… Alkistis Tsitouri / Streetgeist for the Free People blog, Streetpeeper and Where Did U Get That. Norquay Co. is a Montreal-based camping brand … Continue reading

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Shishi Yamazaki

Shishi Yamazaki is a young Japanese animator and mask designer. She studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts where she developed her signature style - producing rotoscope animation using hand drawn watercolour painting-like drawings. They are really, really beautiful. I … Continue reading

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Top of the Lake

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

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Mala

Since it’s a Friday I thought I’d suggest something nice to listen to in order to make the last work day of the week a little more bearable. Mala is the latest album by folk indie wunderkind Devendra Banhart released by Nonesuch … Continue reading

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