Ever since Lark About posted a few shots of British supermodel Jean Shrimpton the other day, I have been on a kick, collecting images of her! They’re great old fashion photos, and she has such a classic look! Love!
These collages by Sarah Bridgland really caught my eye! To make them she uses all kinds of discarded paper, stationary, old books, newspapers, comics, you name it. The old staple boxes used for these particular pieces are really cool too!
I’ve enjoyed browsing through Polanoid, where these pictures are from, for a good part of this morning! Polanoid is in the process of building the biggest Polaroid-picture-collection on the planet to celebrate the magic of instant photography. I don’t know that it beats Flickr, but I like it! Check it out if you are a fan of photos!
Via William Horberg.
I’m finding some inspiration today in these cool pictures from Hedi Slimane Fashion Diary. If you’ve never visited it, definitely check it out! It has enough fashion photography to keep you busy for hours and hours!
I was really struck by this editorial posted on KnightCat earlier today – but what really gets me is the make-up! Everyone at KnightCat was commenting on the hair. Her hair is great, but that eye make-up is just incredible! If I thought I could ever apply those gorgeous eyelashes in the first picture (without poking my eyes out) I would in a second!
What do you guys think? And does anyone happen to know what magazine these shots came from?
I am loving these prints of work by Jen Corace! They are so simple and pretty. Design*Sponge spotted them for sale over at Philly’s own Art Star! (The gallery that sponsors the cool craft bazaar every year.) Small world!
These pieces by husband and wife team Apak Studio are really adorable, but also really pretty! I love the sort of see- through/ethereal quality they have – especially the yellow one! As always, their site has much more!
Via My Love For You.
Earlier today, Debbie Schramer, the creator (along with her husband) of these delicate fairy houses, was kind enough to comment on one of my posts and leave her website! I am so glad she did, or else I may have never seen these lovely little creations! Aren’t they so cool?! I wish I was tiny enough to live in one! They are amazingly detailed as well. I highly recommend going to her blog and clicking on the pictures she has posted there. They are huge, and do more justice to all the carefully created interiors! (She also has a lot of great photo inspiration on her blog!) I can only imagine the time and effort required to make these pretty homes! I love it!
Thanks for the heads-up Debbie!
I’m really enjoying the set Demoniac Babble by Estelle Hanania! Partly it’s because I like the costumes so much – wow. I’d love to walk around in one of those! The pictures have a really interesting feel though – click here for more!
Via Urban’s blog!