Lyndie Dourthe‘s Fleurs.
These paper flower creations have been floating around the web lately and inspiring me to pull out my tissue paper and try my own hand at some nature-inspired creations!
Via Fffffound + Oh Joy!
I’ve posted about Julien Vallée‘s colorful paper work before, so I couldn’t resist sharing his new video with you! It’s almost like an ad for a fantastical game that can’t exist yet – but I wish it did!
Okay, so the eyes on these paintings are pretty creepy, but there is something I really like about them! Julia Kuo references street fashion blog posts to create these – she just picks out ones that catch her eye and goes with it! See the rest on her site.
Via Share Some Candy.
Believe it or not, I don’t think I’ve ever seen any pinhole art before! (Or if I have, I had no idea!) Now that I’ve seen the delicate pinhole art of Heather Smith Jones, I want to try it myself! Of course mine won’t have the skill and prettiness of Heather’s, but I’m definitely inspired! See more of Heather’s work here, and learn a little bit more about pinhole art here!
Via Simply Photo.
One of our Facebook friends, Mia, spent the summer on a beautiful farm in Iowa. She and her father took lots of really pretty photos of her on the farm, modeling Free People clothes! She was kind enough to share the pictures with us, check them out!
These visual installations by Ingo Maurer use fisherman’s nets embellished with crystal drops to create the feeling of being underwater. They look so pretty! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have one hanging over your bed? I would love that!