The minute I came across Swedish artist Tove Mauritzson‘s quirky and colorful paintings, I instantly fell in love. Each piece is eclectic, outrageous, and downright WTFabulous. And I absolutely love that her work blends in so perfectly to the decor of her home in Sweden, making them almost 3 dimensional and so alive! Honestly inspired!
(via The Diversion Project)
Last summer, we were obsessed with shibori indigo tie dying. No, really . . . we just about dyed anything white in sight. So when Free People asked us to include a DIY in their guest blogger series, we knew a new tie dye project was absolutely in order. And as the weather is beginning to warm up, what better time than now to start experimenting with reverse tie dye using bleach! Black tees and tops: watch out!
- a 100% cotton black shirt (we used this Free People tee)
- a few cups of bleach
- a bucket
- a pair of gloves
- a few rubber bands
- 2 flat shaped objects used for binding
WTF there’s more »
Who knew Joshua Tree had the coolest trailer park hotel? I first heard about Hicksville from a friend who wants to rent all 9 trailers for his wife’s birthday party! I can’t wait to go and tell you all about it.
The long awaited day has come . . . the beloved Julian Louie x Aldo ikat wedges officially go on sale tomorrow! How excited are you? We’re not sure how many pairs were put into production but in case you aren’t able to score a pair, these African print wedges are pretty sick too.
(Julian Louie x Aldo Ikat Wedges $125, Aldo Forward Wedge $90)
In 2000, the NYC Transit authority joined forces with an artificial reef building program, dropping stripped and decontaminated subway cars off barges into the Atlantic Ocean. These barren hulls would soon become colonized, providing refuge for several fish and crustacean species. Photographer Stephen Mallon chronicled the grand endeavor with a series of stunning yet haunting photographs as these iconic New York City figures made their way to their last stop: the Atlantic Ocean.
WTF there’s more »