Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto collaborated with Hermès to reproduce these polaroids in a series of 140 limited edition scarves. If I had a few thousand of dollars lying around I’d surely get one of these. See more of them here.
I can’t take credit for creating the color swatches on the above images. They were taken from the most amazing Tumblr page I stumbled upon yesterday called Beyoncé Palettes. It’s full of beautiful photography of my favorite diva. A genius idea. Gotta love the internet for bring stans (fans bordering on being stalkers) together. Have a great [...]
Colorful feathered earrings from Love Sexton. A great accessory for the summer! See more from the Etsy shop here.
I posted this picture to the AOC Tumblr last week, but I love it so much that it’s worthy of an audience here as well. “Moroccan Shoes” shot by Ebbe Sweet in Essaouira, Morocco is an 11 x 14 print of a digital photo available on Etsy. I’m in adoration of the vivid colors and variety [...]
Underwater dining anyone? Located on Rangali Island off the southern coast of India, the Ithaa Underwater Restaurant is sunk about 16 feet below sea level at the Hilton Maldives Resort and Spa. The design of the restaurant was completed by New Zealand design consultancy firm MJ Murphy Ltd. Restaurant prices start at $120 for lunch and go [...]
Lomography’s colorful new La Sardina Beach Editions are just in time for the approaching summer. Check out the rest of them here.
Who needs jewelry when you have one of these limited edition tees from Nike? These shirts will be available at Foot Locker stores across the country. Designed by Vicente García Morillo.
These twisted pieces are by German painter Markus Linnenbrick. He’s known for making mind-bending stripe installations in hallways and rooms. Err….trippy much? via BBC Ice Cream
Since early February, San Francisco-based artist Jennifer Maravillas has been collecting a piece of paper from every Brooklyn block she has walked on. Her plans are to have covered the entire borough by the end of March gathering each piece of paper into a unique, colorful grid of the borough. Brooklyn’s urban landscape prints will be [...]
This stop motion video was a promotional tool for the Toronto bookstore Type. From the looks of it it took quite a few hours to complete. As a huge fan of books and printed publications, I’m happy to see the video get so much attention and wish the store much success. Source