Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Sunday, 21 June 2009

There's a hole in my soul

Dutch artist Amie Dicke shares my love of paper and sharp blades.
Armed with an Xacto blade, she carves intricate shapes and patterns from torn out pages of magazines, creating a beautiful kind of lace.

Her website is incredibly underwhelming.

Her cutouts remind me of the work M/M did for Balenciaga in 2001, as well as a random poster of theirs. I loved that campaign.

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Twice as brightly

Tiiu Kuik is all pretty in Patmos, stunningly shot by Camilla Akrans for the NYTimes.

Images are taken from Fashion Gone Rogue, my latest addiction. It references all fashion editorials past and present. Its images are moderately high res. It's better than crack.

Monday, 15 June 2009

We still have far to go

Awesome type, random Flickr find.
Though not as random as this: gilded spine desk lamp, anyone?

Sunday, 14 June 2009

I am free from all the things that take my friends

While I was skimming through VVORK trying to understand what all the hype is about, my picture-frame-crazed eyes zeroed in on these pieces by Los Angeles artist Elad Lassry.

I ♥ Photograph covered him a while back, as did Interview in a feature by Christopher Bollen. Love it or hate it, just don't call him a photographer.

I love that the frame is a part of the artwork, I love the bold colours, and even if I never manage to frame anything correctly, it's nice to see someone nail it. (Not funny).

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

See the world like lovers do

My insatiable love for the watermelon has been catered for once more.

This time with these MoMA x Herman Miller prints, designed by Stephen Frykholm.

Thursday, 4 June 2009

You're so ambitious for a juvenile

Looking like the Queen of Cool, Mona Johannesson by Patrick Demarchelier.

Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Baby satisfy my soul

I've never been a raging Gauckler geek, but looking at these goodies from Colette might just do it.

Monday, 1 June 2009

You're waiting for someone to perform with

Nice series of moody shots from Laetitia Bica, on Diane Pernet's blog. Haven't checked out the rest of her work yet.