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
I’m sure you’ve already heard about the wonderful cookbook edited by Ikea in 2010, Hembakat är Bäst (Homemade is Best) – despite being free (in the Ikea stores), it’s only available in Sweden (no english version available so far but maybe an adventurous publisher gets it soon!). Well, the photographer Carl Kleiner teamed up again … Continue reading
It was this summer, while reading the wonderful “Viva México” by Alexandra Lucas Coelho, that I first find out about this exhibition (initially in Casa Azul, Mexico DF) and its respective book. Turns out, that Frida’s private collection of photographs was trusted by her husband, Diego Rivera, to a close friend, in order for them … Continue reading
I was a bit surprised to know one of my favorite photographers, Nan Goldin, was shooting an ad campaign for Jimmy Choo. It took me some days to process this. She, who always took snapshots to preserve the memory of the real – my own photography motto -, was now trading in her usual punk and … Continue reading
So lately that’s what I’ve been doing. The work from Ursus Wehrli just made me laugh. You can purchase Ursus’ books from his editor’s website (which would be so much nicer if it had an english version. ahem.) Via This isn’t happiness, images from Creative Journal.