It’s no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin. How amazing would it be if they were life-sized? Wishful thinking. Marvel at the rest of Japanese artist Takanori Aiba‘s work here.
After stopping a girl sporting an impressive manicure during fashion week, we were introduced to her blog MissLadyFinger. Not only does Tayrn have a slew of insanely fabulous runway-inspired nail art tutorials, she posted this gem of a Chanel video which had us giddy with excitement. Honestly, whoever was the brainchild behind this campaign is a serious genius. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
With temps in the mid 20s earlier this week, billowy, furry, and cozy coats were in abundance at New York Fashion Week . . .
Spanish-born Ana Montiel delights us with a collection of illustrations she created for Nina Ricci‘s recent perfume campaign. Although these were ultimately just drafts leading up to the final product, they are equally as lovely and alluring. Another one of Ana’s projects I love is Visual Mantras, which explores repetitive and meditative geometric patterns. A selection of her prints and wallpapers in her patterns are available in her online shop.