you can and you’re

•January 16, 2015 • Leave a Comment

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peach. colour yes at the moment.

watch around eleven

•December 1, 2014 • Leave a Comment

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boraxcrystals

angles and light. bliss.

caught between it

•March 12, 2013 • 2 Comments

so things have changed since i last posted anything.

i have moved from london back to australia after 3.5 years.

and it makes me feel like this.

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make sure you click on the above. the gif is worth it.

givenchy 2013

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they’re seeking smaller

•September 29, 2012 • Leave a Comment

clemens behr. street installations of cardboard.

i know this photo has done the rounds. but it is pretty sweeto.

givenchy display. i saw this in person and have always remembered it.

i promise i’m not morbid.

i just like skulls.

 

 

to battle amongst

•September 29, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Jen Stark. paper cuts of hell.

andy gilmore. the 86 year woman inside me wants to embroider this and make it into a quilt. excellent use of tone.

well congratulations to you herve graumann. you’ve taken the most banal, everyday objects and made them into a real life magic eye installation.

the obsessive compulsives’ idea to heaven.

everything is just right.

it’s all over but the

•August 17, 2012 • Leave a Comment

the above is geiler kaila photography. the others i don’t know, sorry.

it’s really warm and sunny and i feel as though i should be near water.

feeling just slightly land locked today.

heike weber has come up with my solution. i’ve always loved full room installations.

 

that’s the new thing

•August 17, 2012 • Leave a Comment

i was luck enough to experience this damien hirst piece in the flesh at the tate modern.

i have always loved most of his work having studied him at uni, but his butterfly pieces are truly breathtaking.

immense.

unfortunatley i don’t know the credits for this one, but hello amazing.

woah.