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Awesome! This sweet little hideaway was created by Helen Nodding – click here to visit her site, where there are many more secret worlds…
Via Apartment Therapy.

Kaitlyn Schwab -Jun 15, 2009, 11:46PM
SOOO CUTE

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jessica eaton

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These inspirational images are all by Jessica Eaton! Don’t you love them?! I could loiter around on her blog all day…
Via I Heart Photograph.

pretty boy

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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!

marla -Jun 14, 2009, 4:50PM
anyone know where that zipper top is from? it is so gorgeous I'm not entirely sure I'm not imagining it right now

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hair & make-up

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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?

Clash of clans triche gemmes -Jan 25, 2014, 7:22AM
I visited several blogs except the audio quality for audio songs existing at this site is genuinely wonderful.
Hannah -Jun 24, 2009, 7:15AM
if you don't already know, they're from russh australia's may-june 2009 issue! definitely a magazine i recommend.

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jen corace

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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!

apak studio

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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.

leslie -Jun 12, 2009, 2:50PM
Cute cute cuteness! Just ordered an adorable gocco print from the Etsy store.

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fairy houses!

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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!

Kylei -Jul 26, 2013, 2:51PM
This looks wonderful I need one just like it my Fairy garden
BirchLeaf Designs -Mar 20, 2011, 10:11AM
Ohhh, I love your faerie houses!

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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!

beau chamberlain

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I love the little bits and pieces that make up these acrylic on panel paintings by Beau Chamberlain! Check out his site for many more!
Via Beautiful/Decay.

mario sughi

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I love the way Mario Sughi uses bright colors in his fashion illustrations! I really enjoy his drawing style too, the lines seem to fall really casually, yet they are clearly thought out. Check out his site for more vibrant illustrations!
Via Love Forever.

Yuma -Jun 10, 2009, 7:26PM
I love this!! especially the bright colours :)

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a room – a loom

Luren of our visual display team is part of a really cool and special exhibition going on at Copy Gallery right now! It’s called A Room – A Loom, and you are all invited to come take part!

Some words from Luren:
The gallery has been converted into a giant loom. It stretches from one wall to the other and spans corner-to-corner. There is no space for you to move without becoming part of this huge apparatus!
The loom itself is really simple, and anyone can be taught to to use it in about 5 minutes.
You are invited to gather together the material of your choice and to contribute to the weaving of this collaborative textile.
A Room-A Loom began as a site-specific weaving experiment by Julia Sherman at workspace, a small project space in East L.A. Materials used thus far in the L.A. loom have included weeds, old clothing, Halloween costumes, computer cables, bubble wrap, plastic bags, John Baldessari’s toilet paper, Sheep Dog fur, raw wool, yarn, pants, jeans, blankets, burlap sacks, palm fronds, pom-poms and more. In mid-June workspace will host an reception to exhibit their final piece.
Copy is the first of several project spaces spanning the country and beyond to undertake A Room – A Loom. Eventually, there will be a group exhibition with all of the weavings from the various participating spaces.
Check out this link for a Google calendar with times that you can come and weave!

Luren and other members of Copy Gallery will also be available at other times – contact info@copygallery.org to make an appointment!

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Copy Gallery
319 N. 11th St.
3rd Floor
Philadelphia PA
June 5th – 29, 2009

forexsax -Jul 19, 2009, 7:16PM
The stuff on this web site is really witty and cool wise
Luren -Jun 11, 2009, 9:25AM
Emma, If you are interested in doing this in your gallery, we'd be really excited to have you be a part of this project! Please email myself luren.jenison@gmail.com and Julia julia.sherman@gmail.com for more information! Best, Luren

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jeff perrone

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These geometric mixed media pieces by Jeff Perrone are really interesting. He uses all kinds of things to create them – mud cloth, buttons, sand, wood, etc… I really like the buttons especially. See more here!
Via Dear Ada.

Faith -Jun 10, 2009, 12:19PM
They remind me of Haida button blankets... cool! ~F

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