Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Orla Keily Love

I love Orla Keily’s Autumn/Winter 2007 promotional images, cute and retro they have an unfinished cinematic quality about them which works really well in a quirky cool way. Read more…

Wonderland…

Some beautiful fairytale themed imagery… Photography by Eugenio Recuenco… Photography by Tim Walker… Photography Annie Leibovitz for American Vogue… And styling by myself! Rohini Wahi… Read more…

Branching out

David Wiseman is a US based large scale ceramacist, creating delicate and wonderous fairytale sculptures and installations to adorn and embellish the most fantastical interiors. The work reminds me of what might have been within the decadent interiors of Imperial Russia. This ceiling sculpture is composed of more than 500 porcelain blossoms and nearly 100 […] Read more…

Papercuts

Oh fragile and lovely papyrus… Peter Callesen creates romantic and poetic works out of paper. “Paper cuts are small dramas in which small figures are lost within and threatened by the huge powerful nature. Others again are turning the inside out, or letting the front and the back of the paper meet – dealing with […] Read more…

X-Ray art

Looking at these ethereal photographs taken by dutch artist Albert Koetsier, it is hard to associate them with the context they are usually used for as ‘office art’ and generic images seen in stores like Ikea. The method behind their creation is actually the use of an x-ray machine rendering simple objects lumunious and sometimes […] Read more…

Office Pets

Vitra Edition is an extension of Vitra, the international furniture company focusing mainly on design in the workplace. Vitra Edition is a kind of playground for designers to create products without the constraints of the market and gives the designers a sense of creative liberation effecting in surprising results. I like these office pets by […] Read more…

It's a Gorey World

Edward Gorey, writer and illustrator of over one hundred humorous, quirky and deeply macabre stories, has inspired I feel, many of todays alternative talents such as Tim Burton and Lemony Snicket. There is a dark Victorian sensibility to his illustrations, often set against atmospheric interiors and wintry landscapes. ‘The Gashlycrumb Tinies’ is a tale telling […] Read more…

Wood Nymphs

Audrey Kawasaki is a painter and illustrator known for her ethereal works of oil on wood. Paintings of vulnerable yet seductive girls and women, with graceful curves and haunting dolls faces. The subject looks more like watercolour than oil in my opinion and brings traditional Japanese Art into the 21st Century. I can almost imagine […] Read more…

Plain Living

Photographer Ditte Isager’s beautiful and luminescent images for Food Illustrated made me think of a book i’ve just finished reading about the ‘plain people’ or the Amish. The purity and simplicity of these pictures is so inspiring, i think i’d like to style a shoot based around Amish interiors and Plain Living… there is a […] Read more…

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