Let the talented photographer, Nato Welton whisk you away to his magical land today, one that may not always in our reality but is certainly alive in our dreams… which is why we’re so drawn in, yes? This work space, a gorgeous necklace of pink ribbon and dainty charms, fresh raspberry pie, breakfast with a friend… brilliant.
Can you imagine enjoying your crossiant only to see a tiny guest had fluttered through the window, landing on your butter knife? These photographs are beautiful, but I’ve given you only a glimpse of what Nato can do. Please view hius online portfolio to enjoy dozens more. Each photo tells a beautiful tale if you look closely and allow your imagination to wander…
Nato is represented by Sarah Kaye in London.
(images: nato welton via sarah kaye)
You may find this pretty inspirational, especially to watch on your lunch break today — I sure did! I use Adobe Photoshop CS3 and so I was recently browsing the Adobe website and came across such an interesting page that I never knew existed. It’s called “Discover Your Shortcut to Brilliant” and is a section of the Adobe site where they spotlight several companies that use their software and show photos and feature videos taking us behind-the-scenes (ooooo! ahhhhh!) to show some of the projects they’re working on. I particularly enjoyed the SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design) and Anthropologie spotlights.
It was fun to check out Anthro’s corporate offices (just a glimpse but still) and to see what they’re working on… always inspirational to watch others ‘in process’ I think… I hope that you enjoy this page and all the clicking around you’ll no doubt do, have fun!
(images: screenshots from adobe)
How badly do we need this? Not so much. How badly do we all want this… Oh yes, very. And in the end, does not filling a want ultimately fill a need you did not realize you had, namely to feel joy?
This charming nest is handmade by Wunderlust. Lovely. Lovely. Lust away! Only a few nests left…
Jeanne Botes is a freelance interiors stylist for magazines though, surprisingly, she once worked in the film industry where she was involved in set design for international and local commercials in South Africa where she lives! What a fascinating background.
In addition to commercials, Jeanne has experience working in the interior design profession and has even had her hands in teaching (high school level) from everything from painting to sculpture, art history and graphic design. These experiences have no doubt influenced her styling work, her eye is definitely well-trained and she’s a master at editing in my opinion. She knows how much is exactly enough.
After studying each of these images I have made one decision. I must have a shelf in my bathroom someday simply for displaying beautiful soaps and girly things vs. the current towels and bleached coral that I currently have. I will keep looking at the top photo over and over again — the product packaging on each of these things delights me to no end.
Jeanne is represented by Bird on a Wire in Cape Town, South Africa.
(images from bird on a wire)