Iris Apfel who once said “Never be afraid to stop traffic” a style Icon by accident and a huge inspiration, I just love her colours-, patterns, textile-, stylecombinations and ALL her accessories…so playful…she has a huge warehouse full of her wardrobe…
fashiondrawing found on talenthouse.com
found on susanyung.tumblr.com
miyuki ohashi drawing etcetra found miyuki ohashi.tumblr.com
Iris Apfel’s New Collaboration Is Seriously Adorable via @WhoWhatWear
Iris Apfel’s best-ever quotes will make you laugh, cry and want to rejig your wardrobe ASAP. found on Who What Wear.co.uk
What would Iris Apfel do? When it comes to bracelets, the more the merrier! Stack ‘em, mix ‘em, match ‘em, pile ‘em on! You can never have too many—because accessories can add a whole new attitude to any outfit. Work it! Found on Wordpress
found on parisapartment.wordpress.com
Andrew R. Wright-Iris Apfel [Iconologia Series] found on Andrew Wright.com
from irish garden designer Mary Reynolds which have written several books about the subject of inviting the wild nature in to our lives and a sweet movie have been made about her life…. She has her roots in natural gardening theory, and seeks to create spaces that are healing, truthful and magical.
That have made me wonder about my own place on earth (which I find the most beautiful). I live in a natural magical surrounding and nature…so I don’ t have any ambition about re-arranging or redesigning my environment, but I I would love to transform the magical energy or absorb it into something beneficial…it sounds so effective, but I really think that if any of You could feel the energy of this huge amazing nature of Greenland, you would understand why it gives me and others such an awe feeling…filled with gratitude…you connect immediately with nature, probably because its there pushing you in your mind, body and space..
What Mary Reynolds encourages us to do is to form our own relationship with the little piece of earth we are lucky enough to call our own gardens. I have a huge garden both in front of my house and in the back…wild wild nature…
natural planting in urban garden, view from window.mary reynolds landscape design
Celtic Sanctuary and Kew – Mary Reynolds – Landscape Designer
I have bought some of her books, and they are still waiting to be read…
The Garden Awakening – Designs to Nurture Our Land and Ourselves
Mary is also developing her years of listening to the land into a comprehensive book. Her new approach to garden design is a practical treasure map that leads gardeners into a gentle and healing relationship with the land. This book is a step by step instruction manual drawing on ancient methods of working with the land and using them to invite the power and energy of nature back into your life and surround your house and life in its life giving healing embrace.
Everything becomes simple if you immerse yourself in nature. Life’s complications melt away, leaving only the truth of the present moment, and the presence of what I call God. In this place we can see our soul reflected in every living thing, every gust of wind and splash of rain, and here we can find peace. This is our true home. Yet we are losing what little wild places we have left in nature, those corners where the spirits of the earth are flowing freely, where harmony, and balance still exists and we feel accepted for the truth of who we are. We have gone off course and need to find our way again.An old pathway, overgrown and forgotten, is waiting impatiently to lead us back home. Nature is willing us on.
This is a little introduction and trailer about Mary Reynolds and the movie made about her and her life..
soon I have more ceramic results to show…I have been glazing a group of ceramics some days ago, and besides that creating flowerpots in Greenlandic clay (soft and dark, lovely to work with), nice to make something bigger..and more demanding…
found aat my friendshouse.co.uk
Contemporary Japanese pottery by Mayumi Yamashita on Etsy
which I have been waiting for some month, danish design by Lindberg, and this is my second pair of eyewear from this brand…I really like them, transparent like the second photo, but the temples are silver, not red….
I have another pair of glasses from Lindberg which are bright red, and a pair which has a brown turtle frame, and a pair which has now frame, only glasses with green temples…
I love eyewear…
Lindberg eyewear, titanium, model 6527-C07-U9-TBASIC
inviting you in, interesting plus quirky things, marvelous colours, escape in a room, comfy, its all about details, perfect taste, woww, in the mood for living in all of them….vibrant interior and homes..
Improvisations, productions, custom made, innovation, work in progress of nice designobjects made in a unique way…enjoy them..
The prototype. (bird). Could diy with fast drying concrete by susana found on indulgy.com
The Stool Production Unit by Thomas Vailly, who has a fascination for processes and transformation of matter. This Dutch designer is interested in creating the production process just as much as the design itself look at him at http://www.vailly.com/ found at blogespritdesign.com
The pottery “printer” is an analog machine that uses computational logics and automation processes to form pottery. An Innovative Catenary Pottery Printer By gt2P. Found at Design-milk.com
When Studioattenzione visited the Dutch Design Week, they entered the world of the C-Fabriek, a new kind of factory set up by designers and innovators. Line 02 by Thomas Vailly is a versatile and low tech way to produce fluid and organic plastic shapes. Latex sheets can be stretched, scaled and blown to create an infinity of fluid volumes. Line 02 is a dialog between 3D-modeling, rapid prototyping, craftsmanship and design. Found at studioattenzione.com
I have shown this design earlier, but its wonderful so one more time….the Fabulous large-scale light sculpture, ‘Cloud’ by Caitlind Brown made from over 5,000 repurposed light bulbs and pull strings allowing viewers to interact. Found on collabcubed.com
Bangkok-based THINKK Studio has constructed a low-tech machine that lets users customise the shape and colour of their own thread lampshades. Found on Dezeen.com
IMPROVISATION MACH by ANNIKA FRYE – The improvisation machine is an experimental production set up: A series of rotational moulded pieces was produced in it. I transferred the industrial process of rotational molding into my atelier. Because I am not using a fixed mold that produces the same object every time, I can produce variation instead of repetition. Found on annikafrye.de