Monday, November 23, 2009


Autografik, flickr pool, focusing on graphic design applied to motor vehicles. With a focus on modernist corporate identities of the 60’s and 70’s.

Abigail Ahearn

Abigail Ahearn's blog - fantastic images from her own home, her client's and her muses.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Friday, October 16, 2009


Just found out about Wannekes, a modern furnishings store based out of the Netherlands. These pictures are from the Inspiration page and based upon these, I can tell I want to shop here. Can't wait for the weekend to start so I will have more time to go through the selection.

Guy Brown

I have chairs on the mind obviously. Witty take on the classic school chair.
Guy Brown school chairs.

Benjamin Hubert

Pebble chair by Benjamin Hubert. The colors and shape are spot on.....capturing my fall mood.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Light Source

Reposed light byJudith Van den Boom. "Light moves around us, in a second being reflected, a next moment restricted or escaping through a rhythm of objects, Light gives the motion to what we create." Well stated.

Found via Reflex Deco blog who I found via Madame Herve's inspirational blog. Well worth the clicking. Thanks Tilda.

Monday, October 5, 2009


Possibilities of travel next month. Must familiarize myself with the currency. Unsure if this is widely used but appears to be designed in 2008. I don't know if I love it or hate it.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Where They Create

Photographer Paul Barbera glimpses into artists' spaces 'Where They Create'.

Gareth Sansom

All photos Paul Barbera.

Achille Castiglioni



Achille Castiglioni

Jamie Livingstone

Jamie Livingstone took a polaroid everyday from the year 1979-1997..........I thought it was time to revisit these pictures. I wish I had the dedication that Jamie had......I can't even seem to keep up with my own journal. These are random photos I've picked, but when you look closely at his body of work, narratives emerge and a man's life can be seen. Amazing.

I heart Philip Johnson (above)

Saturday, July 25, 2009


So, we are in the process of moving soon and throwing out lots and lots of stuff. Most of the things I have collected have been in boxes for years or I simply gave things away as the years went on. The question always is where do you put all of this stuff? When I saw this Toronto apartment (600 sq feet), it truly was inspiring that you can have simple storage and still show off all of those things you fell in love with once. Let the collections begin again!

Found via Apartment Therapy.