I seriously, seriously, seriously can’t get enough of Autumn De Wilde’s work. I could look at it day and night (which I sort of, kind of, do). RODARTE / still life for MOCA – states of matter
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Peter Larson recently photographed The Spring Standards. Digging the metallic, yellow, redhead combo pretty hard.
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Admiring these wooden cube sculptures by Azadeh Shladovsky. Read an interview with her here.
Grace, of Design*Sponge, recently blogged about Matter, a weekly design destination of hers based in Manhattan. I clicked through the post to view and learn more about Matter and I have yet to stop drooling over EVERYTHING featured on the website. Above, a few of my favorites.
Tree portraits by Müge Yilmaz. (via butdoesitfloat.com)
Untitled by Byron McClintock.
I have always been drawn to this print made by Julia Kostreva to promote The Dirty Projectors tour. To create the rock, she collaged personal photos of condensation on the window, grass in the snow, windshield reflections, and other photographs.
“Los Caballos” Bronze horses by Salvadore Dominquez.
Currently thinking about how much I’d like to add a print of this image to my collection. The photo was made by my former college roommate and friend, Ms. Knape.
Some women have a shoe fetish or bag fetish. I, on the other hand, have a big, fat, chair fetish. Therefore, stumbling upon chairsmith is probably going to be one of the worst and/or best things that has ever happened to me. Can anyone tell me what I have to do to sit in these [...]