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 [...]
Diggin’ this artwork from Miami based Alvaro Ilizarbe a.k.a. Freegums. Freegums is one of six artists who chosen to work with Beck’s on their Live Beyond Labels campaign. Each artist designed a limited edition label which is currently on sale. Artists include London musician M.I.A, LA based graphic design and artist Geoff McFetridge, NY based designer-calligrapher Aerosyn-Lex, and LA Performance artist Bert Rodriguez and Chicago scientific-sculptor Willy [...]
Awesome illustrations from London-based artist Lynnie Zulu. According to a recent interview she did with Paper, she’s greatly influenced by African culture and uses it as an important influence on her work. She’s also a huge fan of Grace Jones as you can see in the last image above. Lynnie also had a recent collaboration [...]
Patterned bow brooches by NaKIMuli. These reminds me of the bowties I posted by Laurent Desgrange last year except these have greater African influences.
Great texture on these collages by San Francisco based artist Rex Ray. These were created as a collaboration with Brooklyn wallpaper company Flavor Paper. I’m enjoying the bold use of color and shapes on these. See these and much more wallpapers on the Flavor Paper site here.
The latest patterns for your sole from Obsorn. I really liked the photography in their 2011 Look Book. Check that out on their home page if you haven’t done so already.
Colorful patterns from Australian Etsy seller Uptights (such a fun name). I want every single one of these. The dangers of blogging… *deep sigh*
Free People has got some great looks if you’re in the market for a new handbag this fall. I really REALLY love the warm and cool tones used on the one in the top left. Great color combination in the design.
Loving the patterns on these porcelain beauties from print and jewelry designer Erin Lightfoot.