I really like this work from Jim Denevan too. He creates temporary work in sand, ice and the earth which is then washed away by the waves and weather. I love this concept! The work involved is incredible.
This week has been a long, busy week so I am excited for a relaxing weekend! What are your plans? If I can get hold of any petrol I really want to head into the countryside for a Love Where You Live post.
Thursday! This week is flying by don't you think? London was good yesterday! Although I was actually working, I did have chance to pop into Hummingbird Bakery and buy myself a cupcake for the journey home. Delicious.
So, I love this bookcase bar idea from Sous Style. Like a lot of people, I am loving vintage cocktails lately (probably Mad Men's fault). How amazing would this be to have in your house? An Old Fashioned would just be seconds away!
I love creative people and I love seeing into their work methods and work spaces. So, I instantly loved The Makers Project photographed by Jennifer Causey. Jennifer photographs people behind creative businesses and projects in Brooklyn.
People like Robicellis, a really delicious looking bakery.
Happy Monday! It was quite difficult getting up this morning as we lost an hour over the weekend. But, now that we're in to British summer time and we have lots more light, I have been thinking a lot about eating outside and planning great picnics or dinners on sunny summer nights.
Outstanding in the Field is the ultimate outside dining experience! Their mission is to re connect diners to the origins and land of their food. How amazing would it be to attend one of these dinners in these settings? Beautiful!
It's Friday! Time for some photography. This week I have been pretty obsessed with searching through the LIFEarchives- you can seriously get lost in there for hours. It's a treasure trove for sure.
I came across this circus party shoot by Martha Holmes from 1947 and I love it. Can you imagine working or being at a circus like this? I keep looking at the images because I keep seeing stuff I love- bunting, a massive teddy bear, streamers, a man in a cannon, a woman in slippers...
Uk artist Eleanor Rudge has produced these lovely illustrations. They really brightened my day, that's for sure! The speech bubbles coming from the houses really made me smile. Eleanor has also designed work for one of my favourite current artists, Bon Iver. Great talent!
I probably should have saved these images until the Friday Photography feature, but I couldn't wait! I think these colour photos of New York are really amazing. I love the camel coats that are so fantastically 70s with street steam and 1940s Vogue photo shoot with skyscrapers in the background. And all in bright, beautiful colour.
I am having a serious case of wanderlust at the moment, and these photos just add to it!
Photographers: 1.Marvin Newman 2. Susan Wides 3.Saul Leiter 4.Joel Meyerowitz 5. Norman Parkinson
Happy Monday. Hope you all had a fantastic weekend. I really wanted to share this great restaurant I came across (virtually!). The Pie Hole in LA looks like a fantastic restaurant. Just for pies! As well as all of the delicious pies I love the menus on the paper rolls- great style!