Ok, so here we are…
I didn’t expect this c.i.l. to happen so
soon, but I just kept discovering these
crazy wonderful things worth sharing.
First of all, Vulnicura, Björk’s ninth studio album is absolutely divine and I can not recommend it enough. I’ve been listening to it, night and day, since I got it, a week or so ago. It’s an incredible showpiece of heartbreak and vulnerability (hence Vulnicura). In case you’ve somehow missed her video for Lionsong, I’m going to post it here again.
Chef's Table is new documentary tv series that goes inside the lives and kitchens of six of the world’s
most renowned international chefs. It premieres exclusively on Netflix, April 26th.
I envy all of you who live in London, because “the familiar genius of English graphic art, Eric Ravilious is revealed as far
more complex and mysterious in this unmissable show of more than 80 of his watercolours”, in Dulwich Picture Gallery,
London. Read the wonderful review on Guardian.
I need this in my closet!!!
D.S. & Durga make the most delightful perfumes… I was tangled in those magical descriptions.
Each of their creations seem so fascinating and unique.
I was so happy to discover an archive site with the works of Elaine Lustig Cohen.
I am totally obsessed with Nadja Apartment in Athens, Greece by Point Supreme Architects.
There’s a lot more pics and info on Yatzer.
Glitch Textile by Phillip David Stearns is pretty amazing.
There is plethora of sheer amazingness at Julie Lansom site,
like her Sputnik lamps or these Chess rugs, for example…
I’m really into Obus’s winter 2015 lookbook. Their knitwear is remarkable and I love those patterns,
but I particularly enjoyed the overall natural feel of it.
Julia, Child is a lovely little book for all those girls who enjoy spending time with their moms in a kitchen. “It’s a fictional
tale loosely inspired by the life and spirit of the very real Julia Child - a story that should be taken with a grain of salt and
a generous pat of butter.” Wonderful illustrations by Julie Morsad.
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