The soundtrack for Harold and Maude by Cat (Yusuf) Stevens has finally been released by Vinyl Films Records. It was so exciting when David received this in the mail the other night. It was like christmas opening it all up! This album comes with so many great extra things including some pieces of the film and the record itself is pink and lavender vinyl.
Archive for January, 2008
I love the work of Phoebe Washburn. There is an article on her in W this month. I have only seen one installation by her at the Hammer museum in LA a couple years ago but it was beautiful. Maybe it’s my love of paper and collecting scraps that draws me to her work, but it’s really remarkable to see all of the layers she creates in person.
nothing much to say about these i just thought they looked nice together like this.. they look a little confused, surprised and surprising..
I’ve been meaning to post the work of Su Blackwell for a long time now, but now there are even more images of her incredible work on her site so I’m glad I waited. These book sculptures are so beautiful and that dress! It’s like something out of a Miyazaki animation or origami coming to life.
feeling sleepy this morning, so I might be posting a little late today..
I received an email from Faye Toogood and discovered her incredible styling work. I love the play on scale and the beautiful color palettes of these images.
I found these on the lovely Veronique Branquinho’s site.
She’s always dressed so crazy Iekeliene’s world looks like so much fun
images from Tank magazine.
There’s something I’ve always loved and appreciated about old schools that look a certain way and have a certain feel to them. I found this article’s images really inspiring. These well designed schools are so beautiful. It’s so much nicer to learn in a place that looks and feels like a school and has history to it, versus a place that looks like an office building that should be filled with cubicles.
images from Milk Magazine Japon.
I finally have a face to put with the incredible styling of Yoko Omori! Even a shot of her in action.
cute illustrations by Hiromi Kanno from this Month’s Milk Japan.