Alexis Christodoulou, a self-taught 3D artist living in Cape Town, South Africa has spent the last 6 years building a collection of works focusing on imaginary architecture. I find these ideas very inspiring.
See more of his work here.
I thought maybe the end of blogging had come but I´ll make sure to let you know before that happens since I can see that there still are some few brave ones that keep on checking in daily even though I´ve been away for so long. Thank you so much for that. It keeps me wanting to get back in here and breathe some air to what has been my baby for 10 years now….I can´t believe I´ve had it for so long but it´s definitely worth celebrating with some inspiration sharing again. These images have been around for a while but today I saw them all together again and I think they are just so beautiful. It´s actually a Zara Home campaign and the idea of using architect Danielle Siggerud´s home as back drop I brilliant.
Standard Dose in New York offers besides a soft pink & a therapeutic skylight interior yoga, meditation, a tea bar & a curated selection of plant-based products. Read more about it here.
I ´ve fallen in love with the work of Australian design studio Arent & Pyke. They are not afraid to use color and they do it in a very elegant and subtle manner. You can see the love for unique objects and details and each project really feels like it has it´s own soul.
You can see more of their work here.
A way of working with color & details to be inspired by. The Mono Apartments by Note Design Studio.
Photo by Henrik Nero.
Fall is almost so beautiful it hurts right now. Wouldn’t mind at all making a setting like this next weekend to make sure to enjoy it all as much as possible before everything turns grey.
Images/story & recipe (Gluten-free Pear-Walnut Cake with Vanilla & Cardamom) by Our Food Stories.
Cosy Fall setting by Artilleriet´s A. Journal.