Nicole Lavelle and her words are what we all feel but will never say out loud. I especially love the one about rushing towards a beautiful storm.
Her handwriting is also kinda crazy gorgeous in the most relaxed way.
This video is a real mid week boost.
Designed with classic Louis Vuitton style, The Art of Packing is a video with little tips and tricks on how to pack all your essentials into a LV suitcase from folding techniques (which I love and will never have the patience to actually practice) and arrangement.
The title of the post is not in any way the description of the following work, it’s in one of the artworks (just to make that clear, because I do like the copywriting for these pieces).
Put twelve architects and designers together, give them access to the collections and archives of Plymouth City Museum, and the result is a witty and honest exhibition called Cabinet.
Connecticut-based Bryan Nash Gill makes these beautiful prints from fallen trees. The outcome of the laborious printmaking process are these intricately detailed art pieces that somehow make you stop and think about everything that really matters. Somehow I feel a book just doesn’t do it justice – these pieces need to be blown up and hung on walls in people’s home for the full effect.
Designed for Fedrigoni, an Italian paper company who make fine quality special papers, Jonathan Shackleton created this artistic manner of displaying Fedigroni’s paper. I really like how he made the connection of showcasing paper through fashion with an overall end result that oozes crisp high end style.