Monday, December 28, 2009

I'm definitely a fan.

Mark Weaver

titled "Self Portrait"

titled "1963"

Monday, December 14, 2009

Yes, yes and yes!

PRISM London

"The frames are produced using traditional techniques.
Everything is hand-made and hand-finished.

There are no moulds, so each pair of frames is unique.
Different coloured blocks of acetate, from an archive
that dates back to 1849, from one of the highest-quality
Italian producers, are used throughout the line."

Friday, December 4, 2009

I still love them.

LEGO Architecture
Leave it to LEGO, my absolute favorite childhood toy make this.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Falling August

Michael Zavros
I think its the simplicity of this I like so much. And that you never really see a horse fall like so, but its peaceful for some reason.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Devil's in the Details.

The Sartorialist
A little bit of punk never hurt anyone.

Photographed by Scott Schuman.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


The Sartorialist
This is a life list must have. For sure.

Photographed by Scott Schuman.

Friday, September 25, 2009

One of those.

Its one of those photos, you can just feel. I can smell the winter and warm sun. I love this photo.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


TMagazine - New York Times
A beautiful editorial for men's fall fashions in TMagazine.

photographed by Jacob Sutton.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Package Design: Paul Smith for Evian
This is a delightful use of a classically iconic stripe applied in a new yet completely recognizable way. Also I feel like fashion brands rarely translate well onto an ordinary consumer product, they usually tend to look very forced. This on the other hand, fits ideally. I just dig it.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Sartorialist.

Went to the book signing of Scott Schuman, the creator of The Satorialist site, at Barney's last night. The book is wonderful. I can look at it over and over. You can get it here.

Friday, September 11, 2009

LEGO House by James May in the UK | Design Milk


Faber Film Books

Subsist / Michael Kosmicki
"Inspired by the phenomena of a visual glitch, the design utilizes a logarithm that translates the title and section into a distinct graphic pattern."

I have to admit, I enjoyed these as is, but now that I know they were created by math, I like them even more.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

One of My Favorite Photos.

Beauty with Age
Just a really interesting building. No matter when or where, I'm always intrigued how time can just stop in one place while its surroundings change and grow dramatically. Package Design: Student Spotlight: Kirsten Mohr
I feel like coffee design usually tries to be organic in nature, so it was nice to see this super crisp, clean design.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Roman Ondák // Measuring the Universe

Really a beautiful experience, regardless of its simplicity.
Watch the artists discussion here.


Preview some of the photos.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Color Block

by horst glaesker.
There is just something wonderful about the blocks of bold color against the local architecture.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Don't forget about Detroit.

Mies van der Rohe Lafayette Park - Homes - Dwell
Detroit, most recently known only for its decline, its exciting to see such a nice write up in Dwell. As much as most of the sad rumors hold true, there is still a depth and beauty to this city. For example, Lafayette Park, home to one of the most beautiful townhouse complexes designed by Mies van der Rohe. A truly gorgeous reminder of a once great city with style.

"Within a sprawling, decentralized city that has suffered near-disastrous decline, this racially and economically diverse enclave just northeast of downtown has not only aged gracefully but today flourishes with new life." ~Sam Grawe // Dwell Magazine
{Photos by:Raimund Koch}

Detroit will always be home.


AGENT PEKKA / Illustrations by Minni Havas

AGENT PEKKA / Illustrations by Minni Havas
This girls attitude and texture is just so lovely.