Look……a little city on the rock. Yes, I did a little Photoshop, I let some of my birds fly and sit the town on a rock in the middle of the mediterranean sea. But can you find out what the houses were made out? For a little help see the original image below…
The city is made out of rings, different sized home and house rings, put together very tight to create this imaginary city of rings. The name of the jewelry designer is Hadar Jacobson, artist and instructor specializing in metal clay. Click on her websitehere to find moooooooooooore of her fantastic jewelry.
A beautiful colorful sun of fashion for the ears and music for your soul…I love this layouts from URBANEARS with this variety of colors. I’m not really looking for a new pair of headphones but if I would, one of these would be very nice to have. For autumn 2012, they have 3 new colors on the market: forest, pumpkin and rust. They will go great with a cool autumn outfit.
California’s lifestyle and culture inspires Rozae Nichols’ CLOVER CANYON . Bold pattern and color, original graphic design, dreamy landscape prints, easy going shapes and very cool…that’s how I would describe this fashion label.
The brand is still new on the market (since 2011) and it is a lower-priced alternative to designer Rozae Nichols‘ namesake line.
The collection below is a part from the resort collection 2012.
Clover Canyon is created with a vibrantly modern California spirit.
This is about a “T-shirt of love” photographed on different kinds of people by ADRIAN NINA. I think this sentences said byIrving Penn and taken from Adrian’s website says the right thing watching the images below:
”A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it.”
ADRIAN NINA: There is so much missed beauty around us, unseen in our rush to get “somewhere”. I want to capture the essence of these unseen things, in the hope that the images will inspire people to appreciate the simple things once more, to begin to see that art is all around us.
Nice, nice, nice, words and work…and…NICE T-SHIRT…(designer unknown, unfortunately)
Sailors, anchors, pin-up girls, sailing boats, skulls, roses and crosses, mermaids and more used to be the old school of tattoos. Christian Audiger brought them back on fabric (Ed Hardy) a few years ago and Ellen Greene paints them on vintage gloves.
Inspiration and work of a redhead artist obsessed with art,tattoos, vintage gloves, freaks, vintage carni strippers, belly dancers and other miscellaneous quirky ephemera..(her words)
Ellen Greene’s work explores the contrast between two opposing traditions; white gloves have long been known as an article of women’s clothing, while the art of tattooing has been regarded as traditionally male pursuit. White gloves evoke a sense of purity and of formality, while the art of tattooing may suggest carnal sexuality and rebellion. The tension between the two helps define Greene’s personal aesthetic, as well as her original tattoo-inspired designs which adorn these vintage gloves.