Kristy Gammill, a 34 year old artist and mother of three teenagers, finds inspiration in ancient textiles and flea market finds. Her impressionist-like paintings are so beautifully saturated in color, they would just about brighten anybody's day.
For every day in 2013 San Francisco based artist Klari Reis will be creating art within the confines of plexiglass petri dishes for a project called The Daily Dish, which is a continuation of a project she completed back in 2009.
Cats painted in vintage wares, a shiba inu photographed in menswear, and creatures illustrated in dapper garb . . . clearly, we love portraits of animals in clothing over here at HWTF. And now, we've fallen for Yago Partal's Zoo Book.
As German photographer Sven Fennema captures dilapidated castles, abandoned palaces and decayed churches, I can't help but wonder how these once impressive buildings have come to be forgotten.
Working primarily with calligraphy ink and liquids like tea, brandy and whisky, Carne Griffiths draws both human and floral forms in the most unique and abstract way. "
Waffle cones topped with spring bouquets . . . I mean, how beautifully scrumptious is this series photographed by Parker Fitzgerald for Kinfolk's latest issue?
Aren't these women, painted in deep jewel tones and decked out in glamorous accessories, simply fabulous? I need to add one of Cate Parr's ladies to my gallery wall!
Some of my favorite New York moments happen after getting lost in the city and stumbling upon an arbitrary street lined with beautiful architecture.