I am in love with these beautiful old floral paintings. Dear Ada found them, but she has no idea who painted them! None of the commenters on her blog knew, but maybe you do! At any rate, if you like these as much as I do, check out Dear Ada’s post – she has the images in a much bigger size if you click through, and then you can use one as desktop wallpaper! You know I did!
It’s funny how something so simple can be so appealing! The movement and colors in these ribbons of paint by James Nares are just so eye-catching! It makes me want to go put paint ribbons all across the walls of my apartment… I don’t think my landlord would appreciate that so much though…
Our intrepid Art Director, Doub, recently returned from a business trip to London. While she was there, whenever she was walking on the street, she took pictures of cute girls that she saw! There were quite a few really lovely girls, too many to post all at once! Here is the first sampling… I’m loving all the floral prints!
This video is completely awesome. It’s made up of something like 35,000 photographs, and is a mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques. It takes about a minute to get really good, but after that – wow. I need some tights that light up like that. And a house that lights up like that too.
P.S. the song is by Fedaden.
Happy Thursday! It’s poll time!
Last week we looked at the Studded Cuff Thermal top, and it was a close vote, with the Wine Wash color beating out the Charcoal color by only 19 votes!
It seems kind of early to be thinking about autumn, but just like there are already back-to-school sale advertisements on the television, we already have really cute blazers for when the weather cools down! Of course I have been browsing them, and I want to know which styles appeal to you the most! Here is a sampling of our blazers below…
First up, the Studded Stripe Blazer in Charcoal!
Next check out the Plaid Cascading Blazer, shown here in Red Plaid.
Here we have the Black Sequin Blazer!
Next up is the Lacey Boyfriend Blazer in Burgundy.
Finally, here is the Knit Mandarin Collar Blazer in Oatmeal Heather.
So which of these blazers do you like the most?
I have posted about Tim Walker‘s fashion photography in the past, but Andrea Galvani‘s lovely photos yesterday really put us in the mood for more, both from Andrea and Tim!
All the photos above are by Tim Walker. I love them so much! We all do – his work is a source of inspiration for all of us at FP! These shots are from a really great book of Tim’s work called I Love Pictures. The book is very hard to come by these days, but we are really lucky in that our Art Director has a copy that we can all pour over from time to time! See more of Tim’s work on his website, and don’t miss our previous Tim Walker post either!