I love that Anthropologie has partnered with a handful of emerging and established designers to release an exclusive group of capsule collections each month. Some of my favorites include hand dyed separates from Gregory Parkinson, cheeky prints from Charlotte Taylor, and romantic patchwork dresses from Byron Lars. Can’t wait to see what who’s up next!
Believe it or not, these historical mural reproductions are made up solely of sugar. Edible blue paint, white sugar tiles, frosting and icing are the only materials that Montreal-based artist Shelley Miller uses to create her pieces. Referencing the sugar industry’s long and significant history, her azulejo style murals are installed in several ports including Montreal and Salvador, Brazil. Of course, Shelley’s creations hardly last forever as the environment’s natural elements will slowly take it’s toll on these sweet works of art.
It’s hard to believe that a place this glorious and majestic exists . . . and that I have yet to visit it. Antelope Canyon, located in Arizona, was formed by centuries of erosion due to rainfall and flash flooding. The result is a series of deep, narrow passageways surrounded by smooth, wave-like Navajo sandstone walls. Have you been lucky enough to have experienced the splendor of Antelope Canyon in person?