Sunday, December 28, 2008


are some of my fav colors. So here are some random photos I took in London.


p.s. laying off the posting for the holidays,
but I'll have tons after the new year.

Monday, December 22, 2008

300,000 candles

You cannot get the full idea of this at all from these stills.
Watch the video they are from here.

via computerlove

Love it.

Music by Etienne De Crecy.
Video by Exyzt VJ Crew.

Link to top 10 most innovative concert visuals in '08

via computerlove

Jingle Bells

this is AWESOME...

via core77

Women Who Wished They Were Sluts in High School

is the best title for a collection I could possibly imagine.
S/S 09 by Natascha Stolle.

p.s. she is a recent St. Martins grad!

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Sunday, December 21, 2008


The last few days have been a wonderful, inspirational blur.
I really like going to museums, and I had some free time, so
lets just say I went to more than a few museums.

And I don't just rush through to say I went, I'm usually the
straggler that has to get kicked out because the museum
closed 25 minutes ago.

I want to try to post the inspiration from everything so I remember it all,
but I have seen so much, so it might take a little bit of time, and a lot of posts.

Here's an outline of what's to come....

Pt 1: Tate Britian: Turner Prize 08

Pt 2: Tate Britian: Francis Bacon

Pt 3: Tate Britian: Misc

Pt 4: Garden History Museum

Pt 5: Haribo Heaven (I am telling you it was extremely inspirational)

Pt 6: Tate Modern: Misc (this was at least my 5th trip there)

Pt 7: Science Museum: Japan Car

Pt 8: Science Museum: Birth of Hi-tech Britain

Pt 9: Science Museum: Listening Post

Pt 10: Science Museum: Plasticity

Pt 11: V&A: Fashion V Sport

Pt 12: V&A: Cold War Modern: Design 1945-7

Pt 13: V&A: Misc

Pt 14: Natural History Museum: Misc

Pt 15: Wellcome Collection: War + Medicine

Pt 16: Wellcome Collection: The Watch Man

Pt 17: Wellcome Collection: Medicine Man

Pt 18: Wellcome Collection: Medicine Now

Pt 19: Barbican: Curve Art Installation

Pt 20: Barbican: On the Subject of War

Pt 21: Barbican: Robert Capa and Gerda Taro

Pt 22: Barbican: Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

Man didn't realize there would be so many parts, but yah, stay tuned.
Also have a million bookmarks and insp images to go through that
will be tossed in there to lighten it up a bit.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


Literally every design blog has posted the work of Yulia Brodskaya this week.

However, I never saw any mention of quilling.
I wonder if any/many of the people that saw this work is familiar with it.
Back in high school I had a "quilling phase" where I made like a million different designs with the technique.
It is actually fairly easy to do with a little patience, more people should experiment with it...

via computerlove and a ton others

Fashion Almanac

was Laura Bradley's final project at CSM for Fashion Communication with Promotion.

Hope to see this at Exit Gallery tomorrow.
Even though I already peaked at the whole thing online.

via style bubble

Could it be any better?

I don't think so.

Kate Moss and Sasha Pivovarova for Longchamp.

via nitrolicious

Because I don't have enough projects to last the next 5 years already

It's so simple and lovely though, it wouldn't take long...

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Siggi Eggertsson

has updated his site. 25 new works. 25. I am going to go cry now.

I like this bed frame.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Sandy Smith

The Computer Installations: Mauritian Sunsets

(can't remember if I have posted this installation before or not.
still love it though, so it doesn't matter)

the selby

A site full of interesting people and their creative spaces.

Apparently this is what happens when I am ill.
I go through the entire selby website.
And think about my apt on the other side of the ocean.
Someday, maybe, I'll make the list.