San Francisco artist Lisa Congdon‘s bold color choices in her mixed media collages are done to perfection. The juxtaposition of the subtle black and white line drawings with fur, prints, and colorful geometric shapes has me wanting to purchase every single print from her Etsy shop.
When I lived in Spain, I used to love doing laundry for the sole reason of getting to hang my clothes out to dry. Although it took awhile to get used to how differently clothes felt after being air dried, there was something undeniably romantic about it. This project named Intimacy under the Wires first started in Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighborhood and has since been an ongoing project bringing Israeli photographer Sivan Askayo to Madrid, Barcelona, London, Florence, Venice, and Buenos Aires. I absolutely adore how these images capture the fluidity and movement of the clothes in the wind.
A few weeks ago, I shared with you my discovery of the Smithsonian Library Galaxy of Images. I once again, have found more inspiring images – Parisian costume illustrations from 1912 – 1914! C’est trés magnifique!
Lauren and I have been experimenting with double exposure photography, thanks to a recent workshop we attended and an exciting upcoming project (much more on that later). In the meantime, check out these multiple exposure photographs by photographer Doug Keyes, capturing city life from all over the world.
My best friend Michelle sent me a link to David Downton‘s site a few weeks ago. I had no idea he was the artist behind some of the most iconic illustrations and advertisements in the fashion industry! Amazing . . .
Photography duo Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Warner, of New York-based Floto + Warner, choose abandoned buildings and the stark landscape of the Nevada desert for their latest photo series. The video is especially mesmerizing, with colorful smoke moving along to Bon Iver’s moody Holocene.