30.10.10

THIS IS SO AWESOME!!

This is so awesome! I WANT THIS

Buy the book here
Get your daily dose of 3D here
via here

28.10.10

RAINBOW IN YOUR HAND

I love flip-books, and this one is no exception. To have a rainbow in your hands is really cool (reminds me of The Sound of Music song Maria where the nuns sing "how can you hold a moonbeam in your hand", well, maybe this is the answer)
Read all about the project here

27.10.10

BAE 605V

 BAE 605V by Sandra Freij for Motley Magazine
About the editorial:
Capturing teenage angst and romance, Sandra Freij takes to antique cars and empty alley ways for the latest issue of Motley Magazine. Styled by Sarah Cobb, models Amberley, Fifi, Ross and Sam sport an array of fall looks in the youthfully rebellious spread.
 Via here

26.10.10

TRUE SIZE OF AFRICA

I'm reading a book about Bono and U2, and came across this picture whilst searching for info about Africa and aid. The picture above, wow, it puts everything in perspective! Africa is huge! I mean, I knew it was big, but not this big
See more info about Africa here

25.10.10

GUÐRUN&GUÐRUN

Hand Knit Autumn/Winter 2010

24.10.10

ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT

... and now for something a bit more serious! A lovely editorial!

The picture above has a 'Dirty Dancing'-feel over it

Valerija Kelava by Paolo Roversi for Man About Town F/W 2010
Via here

HOW TO

Funny shit!
Found on this blog

23.10.10

GRINDERMAN

I have a date with these guys tonight!
Looking forward to it!!

KNIT

I love this big, chunky knit! Go dig up your knitting needles.
The picture can be found in Vogue UK, November 2010
See the whole editorial at Studded Hearts

22.10.10

AFTER HOURS

Blank walls, retro furniture, relaxed mood, tainted colors,
cuddled up in a chair, carpeting on the floor, rosy flowers,
70's vibe clothes, animal print, lace, gems, yellow/beige lampshades
Jessica Stam by Lina Scheynius for Vogue UK, November 2010
I am loving these two images of Jessica Stam for Vogue UK.
See the whole editorial here

21.10.10

COLD MOUNTAIN

 Sasha Povovarova by Nathaniel Goldberg
Vogue UK, November 2005
See the whole editorial here

20.10.10

THE BASICS


Still a bit obsessed with spring/summer, nice weather and effortlessness. Summer has just left us, and I'm already looking forward to it. Well, I am very fond of the sun and lovely weather (maybe this longing for summer has something to do with the 'no-heat' in the apartment, brr, it's freezing!)
Stripes and jeans
Pictures here and here from Jak & Jil

18.10.10

INSPIRATION

 Cute beret! Très chic. Edgy with the dramatic eyebrows.
 I love this jacket. And I'm liking the idea about red skinny jeans more and more
Always beautiful Hanneli 
Lovely inspirational pictures shot by Tommy Ton. See the bunch of them here

8.10.10

THE HOT LIST

 The beautiful bad girl!
Via here

6.10.10

FLIPPA K CAMPAIGN

Was flipping through the new Cover and on one of the first pages my eyes dwell at this beautiful double-page advertisement for Flippa K. Decided to take a closer look, and found this:






 A/W 2010
Camilla Åkrans is the photographer
Robert Rydberg is the stylist
The two beautiful models are Mathias Lauridsen and Amanda Nørgaard
The campaign is shot in an old deserted house in the Hamptons.

INCEPTION

Friend of mine posted this on his facebook.
Pretty, pretty, pretty funny

3.10.10

TONIGHT

Trentemøller in concert at Vega tonight. Looking forward to it. It's his fourth night playing in Copenhagen, and the show has gotten great reviews. It's the start of his world-tour, so he has pulled out all the big guns! I have listened a lot to his new album "Into the Great Wide Yonder", and think you should give it a listen too. That you can do here.

DREW


Drew Barrymore by Mert and Marcus for Pop Magazine #10

RAINBOW BRAID

1.10.10

DEFRAGMENTATION OF BEAUTY









25 Magazine
Spring 2010
Photographer: Marcin Tyszka
Illustrator: Tomek Sadurski
Fashion editor: Barbara Matelo
Models: Abbey Lee Kershaw, Karmen Pedaru, Shu Pei, Constance Jablonski, Anja Rubik, Karlie Kloss, Valerija Kelava, Alana Zimmer, Maryna Linchuk
See the whole editorial here