Author Archives: wolfeyebrows

Hypnopompic

Kuusta Saksi is a phenomenally talented Finnish designer, who currently lives and works in Amsterdam. His works have a liminal feeling –  floating somewhere between the real world and the unbridled creativity of the unconscious. Hypnopompic is a collection of … Continue reading

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Sisters of Sclerder

Sisters of Sclerder is a captivating project by photographer Ibolya Fehrer, documenting the quiet and humble existence of nuns in The Carmelite Monastery in Cornwall. “The Carmelite order is one of the oldest and strictest among the female contemplative orders. … Continue reading

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Native Youth SS15

British label Native Youth is not necessarily doing anything new with their SS 2015 Women’s Collection, but the pieces that make up the collection are infinitely versatile and wearable. They are the type of clothes that become well-worn favourites, the clothing … Continue reading

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Hsiao-Ron Cheng

Hsiao-Ron Cheng is a Taiwanese digital artist and illustrator with a distinctly ‘feminine’ approach. Her predominantly pink and pastel-hued works are softly rendered, giving them an ethereal quality. I particularly liked her portraits, which I will share with you today. She … Continue reading

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Matthieu Bourel

I’ve seen the work of collage artist Matthieu Bourel before – but his collaboration with Mexican photographer Anairam for L’Officiel Mexico really made me take notice. I love the flat, yet multi-dimensional affect of these images. Really beautiful.

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To Watch: TV Series

A lot of my job as a creative researcher is dedicated to indiscriminately (emphasis on the indiscriminately) watching as many films, documentaries and television series as possible. It is both a blessing and curse.  But sometimes I stumble across some really … Continue reading

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The Grand Budapest Hotel Book

The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was released last year, not only drew acclaim for its splendid storytelling, but also for the meticulousness of it’s art direction and design. Annie Atkins was lead graphic designer on the film, working with director … Continue reading

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