It's a flood of sorts, but I quite like this idea for painting up floorboards. Maybe I'll attack a section of my studio in a similar way. A neon area on the white boards could work quite nicely.
Total girl crush. I can't wait to see her show all the way down the line in September. She's actual magic.
What about this for a sectioning-off device? A room of sorts marked out only by low hanging lights and glowing arches. Imagine the dinner party you could have under there! 'Course to make it comfortable there'd have to be lots of cool air coming from somewhere. Eco
this is not. Pretty this is.
In no particular order: gap interior, prada face, maison mm, fujimoto home,
vallery of the dolls still and a yucca crater (aka one hell of a pool party).
Seeing as it's a grey Tuesday morning, I'll spoil you and me with another Grimes track - Oblivion. HOORAY! X
A bit of Battles, a definite dash of the much beloved Broadcast. I am really enjoying the sounds of Grimes. In particular this AMAZING piece Caladan from her 2010 release Geidi Primes. If only it lasted longer than two and a half minutes!
Andrew Bunney of British Remains amongst other things, is a man of many talents. One of his side projects is his jewelery collection. Of which I like the pyramid studs the best. A sly nod to something more unconventional, they can be pinned to collars, cuffs, tees... pretty much anywhere in need of subtle adornment. His British Remains partner in crime Mr Saunders just sent me a glimpse of their shoe collection. So much good stuff for the boys.