How cool are these drawings by Cheeming Boey?! Aside from that they are all drawn on styrofoam cups, I really like the style of the drawings, and all the little details! Cheeming’s site is cool, but don’t miss his huge and amazing photostream, since it has tons of his cups on there!
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!
First, I want to thank all of you so so much for your input! Your opinions are what we are interested in, and all of your thoughts are going to be so helpful as we create more videos! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer!
And now, for the 10 commenters, chosen at random, who will receive a gift card!
Please note I have already emailed the winners, so if you have the same name as one of the winners, check your email to be sure!
Normally I would post the comments along with them, but since they are nice and long, (he he!) I figured I’d leave them out just this time!
If you didn’t happen to have your comment chosen this time, stay tuned! We have some really cool giveaways on the horizon!
Thank you again for all your participation! We appreciate it so very much!
This is a really unusual residential home in Bangalore, India, designed by Cadence. The walls are concrete, and as you can see, perforated with shapes that look kind of like leaves, bringing the outside in. I can’t help but wonder if it has any other windows (I would hope!) but I do really like the way the sunlight pokes through the “leaves” and onto the walls inside!
We’re loving these inspiring shots of model Erin Wasson lately! What’s funny is that we have the magazine right here, but we simply cannot figure out the title of the magazine! We’ve looked all through it and there’s no title, nothing in the contents even. What kind of magazine doesn’t let you know what you’re reading? Apparently, ones with fabulous pictures of Erin Wasson in them. Ha ha!
There is something very arresting about these photographs, don’t you think? They’re by Italian photographer Andrea Galvani, who is also a Photography Professor at the Accademia Carrara di Belle Arti di Bergamo. Something about the horse photos in particular put me in mind of Tim Walker, but maybe with muted colors. Do you see it too?
Seen on DesignCrisis.