Klein Blue

Klein Blue, or better, International Klein Blue was developed by the French artist Yves Klein to have the same color brightness and intensity as dry pigments. Here’s a view of one of his exhibitions, with some of his monochrome works: (Yves Klein, installation view of Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers. ©2010 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture … Continue reading

Happy birthday!

Yesterday was my birthday. I love birthdays. And I love parties. So I thought it would be nice to whip up a few party ideas… Doily garland with matching juice dispensers, sweet little pom-pom topped cupcakes (link to the DIY and also… where to buy them on Etsy), a ta-da-da-daa birthdaycake and the cutest party invitations. … Continue reading


Lately on my Pinterest…. things in yellow:   Necklaces by unknown brand  , dot cup by Camilla Engdahl, beautifully wrapped presents by  Leslie Shewring and amazing shoes from Schutz.   Repurposed toy planter by the Plaid Pigeon. Ceramic pig planter by  Fruitfly Pie ceramics (yes, I’ve been slightly obsessed with cute containers for tiny plants), ice cream cupcakes by Martha Stewart, … Continue reading

Fernando Brízio

Last September I had the pleasure to visit Experimenta Design, Lisbon’s  biennale dedicated to design, architecture and contemporary creativity. I loved to see “Fernando Brízio: Inhabited Designs”,  the first retrospective of one of the most important portuguese contemporary designers. Fernando Brízio‘s work focus on the  relationship between object and user, always with a sense of humor. He creates multi-dimensional … Continue reading

black & white

Lately I’ve been having fun in Pinterest. I obviously missed saving favorite found objects neatly organized into lists. I then spotted some trends in it – pillows, ceramics or cakes. My favorite one was black and white. Photo by Andrea Galvani. Printed scarf by U-ni-ty, collar by Reaction Poetique  and bags by Red Flag Design. Head sculpture … Continue reading

something old, something new

So I’ve left my other recommendation web and moved on to Pinterest. And I’ve been having lots of fun! Some nice things you can find on my Pinterest: 1. Scarf by Manila Barcelona, 2. Sandra Backlund for Maglificio Miles, 3. Curtains made from an ancient korean patchwork technique, Pojagi, 4. Clever christmas tree, 5. Circus ring, 6. Mug with … Continue reading

Funding creative projects

Today, while checking out a nice exhibition where one of my favourite ceramists is entering, just bumped into the coolest online platform, Kickstarter! Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects from the worlds of music, film, art, technology, design, food, publishing and other creative fields. They provide a new form of commerce and patronage – project creators keep 100% ownership and control over their work … Continue reading