beautiful photo from iamgamar’s instagram
And here we are again… Another week, another C.I.L. Hold tight, this will be a huge one.
Stunningly beautiful ceramic lamps by Jos Devriendt. Love them all, no favorites.
Currently crushing on Sophie Buhai’s jewelry.
Christophe Lemaire’s furry slippers are a dream… unfortunately, they are no longer available at MNZ store
and I have no clue if there is another store selling them.
“Girls running home, Béhorléguy, France, 1967” – adorable photo by William Albert Allard.
Also, I was completely delighted with the home of Brook & Lyn, Los Angeles furniture designers.
“Concrete ceramics” by Studio Twocan.
Jacqueline Lillie, Design for a Necklace and final result, 1983/84, via Design is fine. History is mine.
Recently I discovered the work of Aloise Corbaz who had a very interesting life ( man, why do all the artists I like turn out to be schizophrenic?)… You can see more of her beautiful, voluptuous ladies on PupaMag.
Completely random discovery:
left: Jacqueline (Picasso's wife wearing his ceramic jewelry) and right: “Femme au chignon” by Pablo Picasso.
I enjoyed “Now, Voyager” with Bette Davis, and I think you could, too.
Have you seen Oscar’s greenroom?
Look, let’s be honest, I can never get enough of nice looking, cleverly designed (to the point of being funny) minimalist posters. I wrote about Genis Carreras’ philographics 3 years ago, and I was searching for something similar ever since. Well, I finally found it! Religious concepts by Steve Mockensturm. Read more about them here.
It’s a glorious day for all Wes fans! One Spotify user has compiled a mammoth playlist with almost every track which has appeared in Anderson’s films!
This is the coolest thing I’ve found on the internet in a while. It comes with instructions.
I’ve been loving them since … forever. If you haven’t watched it by now, you should.
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