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It is with a very heavy heart that I write this post. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela has passed away at the age of 95. I’m not one for political commentary on this blog but I feel the event is too important not to … Continue reading
I’m really proud of how much South African food, art and design has developed over the last ten years. It’s such a vital and vibrant community of creative people. There are so many talented designers, artists and photographers creating amazing … Continue reading
Holly Leonardson is an artist who lives and works in Tasmania. She creates wonderfully surreal and playful collage works. You can buy an original artwork from her etsy store.
Bryan Nash Gill has recently published a book titled Woodcut, which documents his series of large-scale relief prints made from the cross sections of trees. “Gill creates patterns not only of great beauty but also year-by-year records of the life … Continue reading
Some of you will probably know of Pamela Love for her bold, bohemian jewellery. This New York-based jewellery designer has also become a darling of various street fashion and lifestyle blogs. I was perusing the Vogue website and stumbled across … Continue reading
I’ve always admired Mallory for her blogging stamina, she has close to ten blogs and tumblrs (you can find a full list of them here) and each is a delight. I’m not sure how she does it as I struggle with … Continue reading
I admit that I am not much of a gardener. It seems that the “green thumb” has skipped a generation with me but I am an avid appreciator of plants. Here is some inspiration for bringing the outside indoors. Freunde … Continue reading
Henry McCausland is a talented illustrator and animator living on the East Coast of Kent. He is represented by Unseen Agency. I really love his unusual use of colour and distorted perspective.
A great lookbook with a beautiful colour palette from Copenhagen fashion label BRICS. “BRICS is the result of a vision to create garments for those who seek individual identity within simplicity and minimalism.”
Image via: Crafty Dogma