Tag Archive: art

smoking lily…

…is a rare find in vancouver and hopefully an indication of more to come. my first round here in the green capital left me at a loss for shops that stock local designers… Continue reading

ye old seattle paperworks…

…provides mucho inspiration for designers on the hunt for vintage visuals. i won’t lie. we managed to get in by the skin of our teeth as the shop was closing up for the… Continue reading

lodgings fit for a queen…

…on our overnight sojourn to seattle, we were urged to take our night’s rest at the sleek hotel max. billing itself as an art hotel (350 paintings by local artists), it boasts several… Continue reading

poetic pleasures of polish pottery…

…supplied plenty of visual candy when visiting the polish pottery place at pike place market in seattle, washington. located beneath the actual marketplace, i was dazzled when i walked downstairs and was met… Continue reading

back to the future…

…is a simple yet brilliant idea by native buenos aires photographer irina werning! her obsession with old photos has led to her on-going project titled ‘back to the future.’ i found her reminiscent… Continue reading

gilson martins’ little shop that could…

…one of the highlights of rio was being able to pop into gilson martins in ipanema! like so many shops in sao paolo, melissa’s for instance, gilson’s follows the trend of bringing the… Continue reading

all washed up…

…i think not! This a watercolor I did for a client. i hadn’t picked up a paintbrush in years and i was never any good at watercolors. however, nothing is written in stone!… Continue reading

pakistani truck art…

…having seen a bbc report on pakistani truck art, i immediately jumped on the web to find more eye candy! these images are a potent use of color and an absolutely dazzling array… Continue reading

shoes, glorious shoes…

…when they’re this beautiful are definitely not made for walking grubby sidewalks or navigating garbage strewn streets. shoes this gorgeous are meant to make a statement and these say, ‘shut up and sit… Continue reading