I’ve seen the Need Supply spring 2012 lookbook floating around the internet for the last couple of days and I think it’s well worth a mention because of the styling and photography. It looks like Wes Anderson and the seventies had an eccentric fashion lovechild…just the right combination of nostalgia and prep.
It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these. It takes some time to save them all up. I hope you enjoy them.
Top: The Sartorialist/Lee Oliveira, Middle: The Sartorialist/Glamcanyon, Bottom: Emily Africaa/You Are My Fave
I just love this beautiful house featured on Keke, a website that features people, recipes and the beautiful interiors they are created in.
“Keke is the side project of Melbourne-based artist Kirra Jamison…Keke is inspired by the people I know, the places they cook and the food we share.”
The house is owned by a florist called Poppy (good name for a florist). Its light, friendly and not overly manicured. I like houses that look lived in.
Teeth & Hair is a project by Eirian Chapman, which explores hair ornaments through illustration. Born in Sydney and raised in Melbourne, Eirian has a background in graphic design with an honours degree from RMIT University in Communication Design.
The nice thing about not blogging so regularly (sorry everyone) is that when I do there is lots of cool stuff to show you. I hope you enjoy this jumble of awesome things.
Two splendid ladies from the 1920’s
A feature on OPUS Studio for Elle Decor‘s Colour Issue, styled by Marcii Goosen, photographed by Francois Visser. (via: Beatnik Bazaar)
Horses by Polish artist Józef Wilkon.
An dapper shoot for Casely-Hayford‘s Spring Summer 2012 collection
Adam Larson’s floral lettering tribute to renowned typographer Matthew Carter
Crystal light bulb by Lee Broom
An awesome stamp designed by Emma Robertson for photographer Amanda Scott
Some nice pastel-coloured things from Ship & Shape
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Tagged 1920s ladies, Adam Larson, Amanda Scott Photography, Casely-Hayford, ceramic, colour block scarf, corporate identity, Crystal light bulb, Emma Robertson, floral typography, hanging gardens, horses, Józef Wilkon, Lee Broom, Matthew Carter, Opus Studio, Ship & Shape, spring summer 2012, stamp design
Snug Studio is based in Hannover, Germany. They create awesome wooden geometric jewellery, as well as wooden cutting boards, mobiles and brooches.