I discovered the awesome amazing of Mexican artist Leonid Afremov through a reader comment a few weeks ago and I was blown away by his work. So rich and colorful, pulling the viewer to inquire on the subject matter/landscape. Leonid is dedicated to his craft, painting daily and has hundreds or pieces to show for […]
Sequined street art by Theresa Himmer on the streets of Reykjavik, Icleand. This is such a pleasure to look at. Plenty of Color via Yatzer
Chanel Iman by Gui Paganini for the Rosa Cha spring 2011 campaign. Image via The Fashion Bomb
Breathtaking images from Indian visual artist, illustrator and art director Archan Nair. He specializes in mixed media, illustration, and digital art and has worked with companies such as Canon, Nike, Tiger Beer and Sony. Love his world of color. Check out his extensive portfolio here.
Apparently in Mexico these confetti filled colored eggs are used for celebrations. Created and then smashed all across town to mark the festivities, I only can imagine the clean up. Sounds frightening really. I can’t see this catching on in NYC, but one can hope right? via Scout & Catalogue
Colorful scarves from the Fabryan Psychedelic collection. These are so energetic and vibrant. A great accessory that can be worn as a shawl, top or even as a head scarf. The options are endless. See more of them here.
Geometry and colorful explosions from Los Angeles based painter Leo Eguiarte. That last piece is truly shocking. See more of Leo’s work here.
Inspired by sunshine or lack there of in this case. It’s been really gray and rainy in New York for the past week, so I put together some yellow style inspiration to add some cheer to the day. I’ve also got Roy Ayer’s “Sunshine” on repeat today. Take a listen here. 1. Casio watch, 2. […]
Colorful high rise skinnies from UO. I need to start doing some crunches in order to wear these with tank tops this spring. The yellow and berry ones are to die for.
The third and final installation of the Jen Stark series is themed around her space inspired drawings. These are three separate images, but it’s kind of interesting how they play off of one another. Like three pages of the same book. Check out the rest of these here.