INSPIRED BY | Design Week In Milan.


I know I've been posting a lot about Paris, obviously, because Paris has design inspo for a lifetime! Friend of Sketch - Raquel Cayre made it out to Salone Del Mobile in Milan last week and we have inspiration in spades to share with you all... From Fondazione Prada, the gold plated museum founded by Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, to Bar Luce, it's Wes Anderson designed cafe, to Salone Del Mobile, to the streets... We hope you enjoy! Fondazione Prada Bar Luce: Nendo: 50 Manga chairs, presented by Friedman Benda and Basilica Minore di San Simpliciano: Gufram on the … [Read more...]

PHOTO DIARY | Tour of Versailles.


Feel like taking a little break from your day and visiting Versailles with me? I have so many pictures  it's making my head spin. Versailles was built ten miles out of Paris by Louis the XIII as a hunting lodge. Louis the XIV, The Sun King, changed it into a glorious Chateau, making it the head of the government and his primary residence. It's literally one of the most glorious things I've ever seen. The floors, the windows, the fabrics, the doors. Even though its hundreds of years old, the taste is so refined that it still feels contemporary in certain ways. It's a phenomenal place to visit, … [Read more...]


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It all started when model Elyse Taylor  and stylist Danielle Nachmani were shooting a photo diary for Vogue Australia. They had a professional photographer in tow, but after shooting, they decided they didn't love the photos and use the photos from Daniella Nachmani's iPhone 6 instead, to rave reviews. (Which I have to admit, is literally every photographers worst nightmare.) They realized they had captured something simple and magical by using just an iPhone to shoot... Honestly, I generally encounter two types of clients. One that wants everything pristine and edited and as DSLR-y as they … [Read more...]

World Photo Contest 2016

Migrants crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary.

Above is the winning image of the 2016 World Photo Contest, Hope for a New Life by Australian photographer Warren Richardson. The photo depicts a man passing a baby through barbed wire on the Hungarian-Serbian. Richardson camped with a group of 200 people who were attempting to cross the border for nearly a week. "I camped with the refugees for five days on the border. A group of about 200 people arrived, and they moved under the trees along the fence line. They sent women and children, then fathers and elderly men first. I must have been with this crew for about five hours and we played cat … [Read more...]

In Swimming Pool.


Maria Svarbova's 'In The Swimming Pool' is surreal, ethereal, and a little creepy. Mária Švarbová was born in 1988 in Slovakia and has been dedicated to photography since 2010. Her work focuses on creating a dream like reality, with inspiration from surrealism and Art Nouvea. Her focus on minimalism and purity create evocative photos. These works are so pristine they look like paintings! Just a big, wow. Right? … [Read more...]