August 24, 2012
Andy Warhol’s Sunsets. [images from here]
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Andy Warhol’s Sunsets. [images from here]
Monochrome Yves Klein blue/jaune sans titre, 1957. [thanks polaroid dreamer for the correction]
There’s a procession in Alghero on Good Friday. It starts at eight and winds through the streets until two. We watched it from the door of a restaurant, then stumbled across it again on the way home. There was a group of tenores singing in a circle and we stood and listened to them until [...]
There are tiny caves on the island of Sardinia. They’re known as fairy houses or Domus de Janas and were used as tombs by the Ozieri between 3400 and 2700 BC. They’re empty now, sitting alone on mountains and in fields dotted with acacias. The trees here make it look a little like home but it [...]
For an Easter holiday to an Italian island that you booked wishing for gentle seas and endless skies, for skin warmed by the sun and legs freckled with sand. That instead, holds forecasts of rain, thunderstorms and wind. So you dress the part at least, in costume, layers under which you wear your swimsuit, ever [...]
1000 hand painted rainbows by Mike Mills. Now available on pillow cases at Third Drawer Down.
Here are some things I want. I understand I am not a person that makes sense. (clockwise-ish) Steve Alan Drawstring Coat because I am always cold (it is sold out. Everything is always sold out. Who is buying this stuff? Give it to me.) Swedish Hasbeens to make me feel like a lady. Mountain Glacier [...]
Everyone on the internet is excited about Moonrise Kingdom. [images via style rookie]
Today is my penultimate day in a job I’ve had for almost four years. I don’t have another job to go to but I have plans. I’m going to freelance as a copywriter, as a photographer, I’m 40,000 words into my first novel. I don’t have the words to explain how these last four years have [...]
It is both a blessing and a curse to constantly feel as though what you have isn’t enough. [photo by Sabino]
New life/light/blog envy/favourite: marmunia.
Hovering Over The Water by Michael Cina. [via Miss Moss]
Philipp Igumnov. [via this is colossal]
Alec and I saw The Red Shoes yesterday. I’m pretty in love with Moira Shearer‘s hair, make up and outfits, just so you know. [images via a sip of sarsaparilla]
Cy Twombly died the same day as my grandmother. It was a bad day for the world. [via the very special touch touch publishing]
Liesl and I are going to Morocco in a month. We’re going to Marrakesh, into the desert, to the beach, to Fes, Chefchaouen and Tangier. Do you have any tips? [photo by meogl]
I really, really miss the sun.
I miss the sun. [pretty colours via these tings take time]
I made this. It was directed by BBGUN.
Cori Kindred re-interprets her rock collections by giving them names inspired by their colour and shape. [via my love for you]
Bad Luck, 2011 Hawaiian lava rock rumored to bestow bad luck if removed from the island, found wood, glass, metal tag bearing title
Barcelona shop windows. This is the last one.
I spent a very cold Christmas in Paris five years ago. On Christmas Day, we went to the Pompidou and meandered through the Yves Klein exhibition. I bought the postcard of this photo by Charles Wilp and have carried it with me from house to house since. It’s one of my most treasured possessions. I [...]
I’m going to Barcelona a week on Monday and I’m not sure I’ve ever looked forward to a break so much . We’re there for just over a week and are going to Primavera Sound but if anyone has any recommendations for places to eat or drink or walk or visit, please let me know. [...]
An illustrator and an amazing photographer, Kris Atomic is now famous the world over for being one of the first people to speak up about the difficulties of having chronic bitch face (I’ve always referred to mine as my naturally downturned mouth and blamed it on my Eastern European heritage). Where are you from and [...]
I have some pretty exciting news! The participants of last year’s 1010 project are getting back together for a real life exhibition here in London. If you’re close, please come to the opening night party! There’ll be prints for sale and Kate, Anabela, Brian and I will all be there!
This funny little duck is my way of saying goodbye. It’s been lovely being here. Maybe I should post more often at my own blog! If you’ve enjoyed my posts, you can see more of my photography on flickr and collages and embroidery in my Etsy shop. Thank you for having me this week! Have a great weekend x
In honour of Vic’s visit to the US this week, some pictures from my stay in the Pacific Northwest last year. I fell in LOVE with Seattle and Portland. Evergreen trees, lakes, mountains, timber houses. Good places to eat, cheap beer, amazing people. I hope to go back before too long. Above pictures in order: [...]