Archive for February, 2012

29 February 2012

Maddie on things by Theron Humphrey

By Theron Humprey.

Via Boat People Le Blog.

26 February 2012

Looks of the day no.14


Via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Via It’s Nice That.

Jessica Stam for Saks Fith Avenue, via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Via because i’m addicted.

Kate Moss for Mango via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Gertrud Hegelund for Part Two via Fashion Gone Rogue.



24 February 2012

(Boys) looks of the day no.13

Via Ram’s Look & Por Hômme.


Scotch & Soda.

Ben Sherman.


Diesel Black Gold.


Todd Snyder.

Stockholm StreetStyle.

22 February 2012

The Best of NYFW Interpreted As Obscure Architecture

What a lovely mix. But it’s more “obscure new york fashion week” than “obscure architecture” to me ! By .Via Flavorwire.

Prabal Gurung vs Thomas Heatherwick. Image credit: Bryan Boy / Heatherwick Studio, Seed Pavilion.

Prabal Gurung vs DOSE. Image credit: Jamie BeckDOSE via Dezeen.

Prabal Gurung vs Le Prisme Concert Hall. Image credit: Susie BubbleBrisac Gonzalez.

Marina Muñoz vs Dancing Living House. Image credit: Face HunterJunichi Sampei/ ARCHITECT LABEL Xain via Space Invading.

Susie Bubble aka Style Bubble vs the Conceptual Nightclub in Harajuku, Japan. Image credit: Style BubbleTiffany Dahlen and Virginia Melnyk.

Calla vs the Paula Rêgo Museum. Image credit: Style BubbleEduardo Souto de Mouravia archhis.

Creatures of the Wind vs the Kölner Dom. Image credit: froufrouuAll things Europe.

Helmut Lang vs Spaceport America. Image credit: Style BubbleFoster + Partners via Dezeen.

Mara Hoffman vs The Painted Adobe of The Nakani People. Image credit: Love is the lawDo It Yourself, Cupcake.

Ostwald Helgason vs Avondale Heights Library. Image credit: From Me to YouH2o Architects.

Scott Schuman’s Raspberry Knit Cap Post vs Musée du Quai Branly. Image credit: The SartorialistJean Nouvel Atelier.

Jason Wu vs The Panteón Nube. Image credit: From Me to YouClavel Arquitectos via Dezeen.

22 February 2012

House NA by Sou Fujimoto

Wow. It impresses me every time: Japanese architects are hyper creative and their clients are awesome. They continue to push back their limits to explore new ways of living… Love it !

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Wow. Ça m’impressionne à chaque fois: les architectes japonais sont résolument hyper créatifs et leurs clients sont franchement impressionnants. Ils repoussent toujours plus loin leurs limites pour explorer de nouvelles façons de vivre… Chapeau !

Light and Airy in Mark Magazine #36, p. 156 to 167. Architect : Sou Fujimoto / Engineer : Jun Sato / Text : Cathelijne Nuijsink / Photos : Iwan Baan

Mark Magazine.

21 February 2012

I Know What You’re Thinking by Jo Longhurst

Whippet portraits by Jo Longhurst.

21 February 2012

Alphabet Topography by Synoptic Office

The physical form of language is a record of collective memory. In this monotype typeface, the height of the letterforms is determined by how often a letter is used. This typeface maps the rhythmic ebb and flow of English. Each letter sits in a 6 x 6 inch square, allowing for any combination of letters to run seamlessly both vertically and horizontally.

By Synoptic Office.

Via It’s Nice That.

21 February 2012

Paintings by Paul Davies

Like pages from a space-age Architectural Digest, Paul Davies’ painted houses hover in a surreal semi-state of suspense and beauty. His modernist houses sit amid an ever-changing backdrop of acid-toned skies and inverted reflections in placid swimming pools. The Australian artist’s work draws from a range of influences (the Bauhaus aesthetic and a childhood obsession with Jeffrey Smart to name two). I’d like to call his style Miami mansion meets David Lynch thriller meets Hockney-esque colour blocking. Either way it’s pretty wonderful.

Via It’s Nice That.

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