Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Wow! Look at this magazine, I thought the editorials were amazing. Now to just get it in South Africa...hmmmm...I love the name as well. Preen. Its so pretentious. I love it. Haha! Could this replace The Face for me...maybe...I miss you The Face magazine.
So I have been getting into the whole scarf movement lately and found some great examples to post for you. The Native American one is bay far my favourite...now I just need to have a showdown at high noon to complete the look...where did I leave em six shooters...Hermes
Monday, July 30, 2007
These ceramic pieces from the Noir Collection are made using figurines from charity shops and flea markets. Barnaby Bradford reconfigures the ornaments, adding parts from other figures and painting them up. I love the titles of the pieces especially the one "Shit! Daddy's going to kill me".
Sunday, July 29, 2007
Friday, July 27, 2007
Cobra Snake nights
Hot off the heels from some more Cobra Snake.
Urban Outfitters Home
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Someday, owned by Misha Hollenbach and Shauna Toohey, is located in Melbourne and Tokyo and has gathered together a selection of brands that speak for themselves. Here are a couple of items I thought were fun. I liked the shop logo, featured at the top.
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
As a follow-up to the groundbreaking Vinyl Will Kill! book, Sydney wunderkid Jeremy Andrew - aka Jeremyville - presents a brand new book project with IdN - The Jeremyville Sessions! The Jeremyville Sessions focuses on the rise of collaborative projects as the new art movement of the 21st century. With the rise of internet communication and technology, disparate designers from all over the world - folks that would otherwise never have worked together - are able to creatively share ideas and projects. Using his own experiences as a case study, Jeremyville showcases collaborative projects that he has worked on with over 300 artists and companies - covering a variety of mediums from original art, apparel, animation, toys and more.
Carl Hansen & Son
Yip, some more chairs that are incredible! The Shell Chair is by far my favourite as it looks so inviting and comfortable. Carl Hansen & Son also have a range of tables available through their site.