Cha-ching! I just purchased “The Sound of a Teapot”, a signed and numbered (limited edition of 50) digital print for onluy $22 from sweet Camilla Engman. I hope you can pick up a print for yourself to – but don’t take too long to think it over because Camilla’s prints sell out rather quickly. I plan to have mine framed and then, mix it in to the “gallery wall” I’m hoping to tackle next month. It’s a mini project that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately since I’ve finally built a nice little collection of works that I want to display together.
In fact, I’m thinking of many mini winter projects that I want to tackle this season. What about you? Any home DIY projects that you’d like to get started on? I’m in the mood for change and winter is the perfect time to get started on home projects, whether it be decorating, organization, deep cleaning, mending what is broken, sewing something new, all are perfect cold weather activities to chase away the blues, build self-esteem, stay active, and give you deep inner satisfaction that you have things under control on the homefront.
(images from camilla engman)
If only I had paid attention. I think I spaced or something, because I cannot find anything in my notes about these wonderful prints spotted over at Strijp S at design week. These digital wonders appear to be layered – almost like the child is resting on a giant photo that has additional images layered into it – bunnies, birds, dolls, cabbage, etc. I love the idea, so creative! I wish I could share the artist with you, but I haven’t a clue. This gives me a bit of inspiration though, as I love finding new ways to convey a feeling, especially through photography.
(images from holly becker for decor8)
Time for a little creative play with Reykjavik Product. From pre-colored wallhangings and wallpaper in eye popping colors and throws that doubled as art (the one displayed were of parakeets in yellow with aqua and lots of silver metallic thread ) to prints and decals that you can color yourself, there was lots to see in this fully saturated space.
Wowie Zowie! Okay this is a bit too much overload for my brain today. Rockett St George just wrote in to tell me about their online store. Oh. My. God. It is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. They specialize in British based design, design that they’ve scoured their country for, looking for the UK’s freshest talent. Job well done, because this site flat out rocks.
There’s nothing I wouldn’t own (major damage can be done to my bank account), way too much temptation. From their Hand stitched fish wallpaper panels to this giant chrysanthemum wall tattoo, I’m mesmerized. Adorable flying duck wall hooks, lighting to die for, concrete lace floor tiles (yes, really!) and so much more… Ah. Heaven on a website.
I’m heading off now to work for awhile on my template (sigh), then to share a meal at the home of some friends, and finally out for cocktails with my girlfriends visiting from Italy (for the locals, you must check out BlattGold Cafe + Bar, In der Steinriede 9 off the Lister Meile , Hannover map here, it’s a super cool new bar with a Scandinavian lodge vibe with a touch of mid century modern.), so I won’t be back online until tomorrow. See you then!