These nostalgic, photorealistic oil paintings by artist Cindy Rizza have me yearning for hot summer days and ice cold lemonade . . .
Giles Deacon officially took “the accessory of the season” to the next level at his fall showing this week in London. I’m inspired to go purchase the thickest skein of yarn and the largest needles possible to knit these sick, super-sized beanies.
I love this way of displaying a collection of artwork. But what’s the secret to transforming an otherwise boring wall into an at-home gallery? A diverse selection of photographs and art in a variety of mismatched frames and the willingness to forgo your obsession with perfection and symmetry. A bit of foresight in mapping out your collage on the floor before hanging helps too!
Starting February 25th Emerson Fry has got you covered with every wardrobe essential you could possibly need, including railroad striped pants, worn-in tees, lightweight blouses, caftans, printed trousers, t-shirt dresses, and perfectly cropped jeans. Accessorize with a studded belt, dark shades, a big black bag, cuffed heels and done – you’re ready for spring!
How many times have we reassured ourselves with little white lies? As a self described lover of typography and occasional abuser of empty promises, I adore this series of daily dishonesties by graphic designer and illustrator Lauren Hom.