DESIGN | Daniel Heckscher’s Stockholm Apartment.


Daniel Heckscher’s Stockholm Apartment is the opposite of Michelle Adam's place, that I blogged about on Sunday, and yet it still holds crazy appeal. Daniel is an interior architect at Note Design Studio, As a child of the 80s, this place is familiar AF. This is what I grew up surrounded by. My mom still has a full blown mint green (walls, carpet, ceiling, bed - all in the same shade) bedroom. Daniel's home takes that familiarity, and makes it chic. It's full on 80's saturated pastel heaven! Heckscher renovated a white box of an apartment taking input from his kids and using it as an … [Read more...]

Naomi, Cindy, Claudia |Balmain SS16 Campaign


Have you seen this yet? It's too good. Oliver Rousteing casted the original 90's supermodels,  Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, and Claudia Schiffer, in the upcoming ad campaign for Balmain's Spring/Summer collection!! And DAMN they still got it. I mean.. Cindy grabbing her boob?? Come on! These three are timeless, powerful and never go out of style- I guess Balmain is sending a message. "All the people who love Balmain have this nostalgia of the power of fashion in the ’90s when models were iconic—and this is always what I push," Rousting told Vogue. "When you love Balmain, you love Cindy, … [Read more...]

Studio Sale.


Hi! Remember when I used to paint? Yes, me too. Last week I started spending more time in my studio, painting, - and I was overwhelmed by how much STUFF there was in it! Instead of being a place for me to be alone and work, its become like a defacto storage unit. Which is lame. I started looking at all the old stuff and half finished stuff I had in there. Things I was just playing with and for some reason or another, never payed attention to again. I need to clear it out. I was debating if I should throw it all out, paint over it, etc, and the stuff thats really bad - yea I'm gonna do that. … [Read more...]

LALA Abaddon | Woven Art


  Lala Abaddon first photographs images over and over until she finds the perfect shot. She then prints them in large formats, pairs photos together, hand cuts each print into hundreds of pieces, and then weaves the strips into complicated patterns by hand. "Each strip is purposefully arranged to evoke a certain feeling in the viewer, examining the relationship between the physical world and the emotional world. The layered quality of the images is similar to alternate realities or states of being. Lala’s underlying purpose and process is to disrupt order, reconstruct historical … [Read more...]

Wool Sculptures|Katherine Mavridis


Australian native, Katherine Mavridis, takes sweater weather to a new level. There is something so lovely about having all your skin covered and bundled. Warm weather is nice, but by September, don't you just miss clothes and being covered?  I love Katherine's work because it takes something we associate with comfort and coziness and completely changes it into a sculpted, architectural piece of art. These are so gorgeous, aren't they?  Enjoy :) … [Read more...]