DR.ME | 365 Days Of Collage.


  Happy Saturday!  I've been busy moving the family out of the city for the summer, and getting them settled in, so its been a busy few days! Anyway, I love collage, and I love featuring collage artists, I find the trippy vintage meets surreal aesthetic inspiring. DR.ME is a Manchester based design studio run by designers Mark Edwards and Ryan Doyle. The idea for the project began after their stay at collage artist, Paolo Giardi's Battersea apartment through Airbnb. The two were so inspired by the collage covered walls they went back to their studio, sorted out the photos they've … [Read more...]

Celebrating Cass Bird.


This week photographer Cass Bird's instagram account got suspended. I mean. Really, instagram? REALLY? She's one of the most amazing photographer's of our generation! Her account is now back up, but seriously a 'nip slip' or I think even more stupid - a topless photo of her 5 year old daughter, must have been what got her account banned. A baby butt photo of one of my kids got suspended once, hmmm. And yet, accounts like Cleats and Cleavage are allowed to exist. (This account makes me STABBY. It's basically a gorgeous woman in nothing but pasties and "sideless underwear" jiggling her boobs … [Read more...]

Things I’ve seen lately.

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What have you been up to? I've just been chilling here in the springtime city. Hanging with my kids, going to zoos and street fairs, Brooklyn, lower east side, starting to run again, operation lose 25 pounds has begun, working a little bit again, finishing up school with the older kids, hanging with my new bub. It's been lovely. Like, I'm loving every minute of it.  Have an amazing day everyone! … [Read more...]

Matthieu Venot | Architectural Abstraction


Matthieu Venot is a self taught photographer based in France. He learnt his techniques mainly from watching tutorials on the internet! He has six series of architectural abstractions depicting his infatuation with colors and shapes. "Before I began to take photographs, I wasn’t really that interested in architecture but I wanted to show the city that I live in my own way so I used buildings, especially their details, to create abstract images," says Venot. I love when I find other people that enjoy taking pictures of walls as much as I do. Venot's work is pure joy. "I am an optimistic person, … [Read more...]

Dan Flavin @ Dia Beacon


Famous neon lights artist, Dan Flavin is a New York native who revolutionized the art industry. Flavin’s early work focused mainly on painting, drawing and collages. It was in 1961, while at work as a guard at the Museum of Natural History that he thought of incorporating electric lights into his sculptures.  The first works to include the electric light were his "Icons" series. The series consisted of eight constructions were made from various materials, painted different colors and topped off with fluorescent neon lights.  His fluorescent structures explored color, light and sculptural … [Read more...]