If you haven’t yet, watch the documentary on Iris Apfel, which I keep revisiting in my mind.
She is a charming, wonderful woman to be around and I found her uniquely inspiring.
(*photo via Vogue)
Ceramics with personality. Vasonaso by Matteo Cibic.
Available for purchase (approx $185 apiece).
These are images from Beijing native, Ji Zhou’s series titled “Civilized Landscape” created using books, maps and photography to produce these urban and topographical landscapes.
(*via The Shiny Squirrel)
Beautiful, timeless work from the Philadelphia-based studio, Galbraith & Paul, who specializes in hand blockprinted patterns for fabrics, wallpaper and rugs.
I’m captivated by the real-life and distinctly Korean scenes in Paige Jiyoung Moon‘s paintings.
I was surprised and intrigued to see artist Cindy Sherman’s creation for Louis Vuitton’s Iconoclasts series, in celebration of the brand’s 160th anniversary. She created the Studio in a Trunk featuring drawers, a folding stool and adorned with vintage hotel labels — as well as a Camera Messenger bag.
Fitted with a luxurious vanity case, a Camera Messenger bag and a total of 31 drawers (to accommodate treasures large and small), the trunk’s interior dazzles with hues borrowed from the plumage of Mister Frida, the artist’s pet macaw. The Studio in a Trunk is produced in a limited edition of 25.
Ceramic works by Crystal Morey of Oakland, California.
Artists Walter Hugo & Zoniel created this piece in Liverpool, an old garage door displaying a beautiful tank of jellyfish to street passerbys, entitled “The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living.”