In my eyes PES is a stroke of genius. He got me interested in stop-motion animation and there aren’t many of his videos which fail to entertain me. Here are my three favorites: ————- ————-
I really enjoy Nicholas Goodden‘s use of colour in an urban setting, each of his photos makes me want to look at another.
One of my favorite things is people watching and some of the moments Galka captures are people watching perfection.
When I first came across Erin Elizabeth Kelly’s work I wanted more, I hunted down her website and scrolled through picture after picture. How could you not be addicted to the overtly sexualsed images, drawn in by the confidence on the models faces and intrigued as to what EEK has composed on the next page … More 1000 Words: Erin Elizabeth Kelly
I love this print of JHZ’s!!! Teal and pink have to be one of my favorite contrasting colour combinations and the ‘casual’ brush strokes of the design would make it just as perfect with an all black tailored dress as with blue jeans and white T-shirt. I want one.
I have such a soft spot for street photography there’s a skill to keeping your eyes open which supasses any technical training. During uni I used to wonder around Manchester taking photographs but I struggled to keep my eyes as open as they needed to be, unlike this chap.
The luxury of being able to design a woven (non-printed) fabric for one specific piece is saved for very few with time, resources and often cash. Most of us have to make do with the fabric on the rolls or design for a large company. I’m not sure whether Federica Tedeschi designed this fabric for this dress … More Textile Print: Federica Tedeschi
I think Alma Haser’s Ten Seconds Project is lovely and fresh with a sprinkling of nostalgia. How well do you think you could tuck yourself away in ten seconds?…
I’m always going to have a soft spot for upholstery and this is no exception. These fabrics (Stellar) look great and within moments inspired me into searching for similar chairs and small sofas which could respond well to a lick of paint and a creative upholster. The bold lines and pastel/neutral colours of Angie Lewin’s design has … More Textile Prints: Angie Lewin
I find Medoza’s point of view mesmerising. I can’t wait until I can throw out my alarm clock!