Friday, December 26, 2008

dean or franco?

christmas break means laying around the house watching all of my new dvds. I watched the James Dean movie with James Franco today, and I'm really not sure who's better.... Dean, or Franco. Seriously. 

You decide...

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

sasha galliano

this editorial is a few years old, but it never gets old to look at. In 2003, Vogue Paris chose Sasha Pivovarova to dress up like the one and only John Galliano... and it was brilliant.

"Dressing up. People just don't do it anymore. We have to change that." JG

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Per Zennström

The Swedes are at it again! I was clicking through the endless amount of links on Lundlund, and I came across Swedish photographer Per Zennstrom. His photos are my new favorite.

These are from his polaroid series...

"crazy colors" series...


Saturday, December 20, 2008

adventures with blythe

I'm sure you're all familiar with the Blythe dolls. They were pretty popular a few years ago, but I've never, ever seen these strange but fascinating videos. My sister found them and I can't stop watching them....see for yourself...

Sunday, December 14, 2008

oh marcio....

beautiful images. period. marcio simnch.

Thursday, December 11, 2008


the result of me being extremely bored in a three hour marketing class....

I can't wait for christmas! sooo soon! which reminds me, i have to buy presents, make cookies and hang up christmas lights! =)

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

sugar, chocolate...and cheese?

"an icy landscape made of butter and lard" - Gayle Chang Kwan. 

Based on nature, utopians ideas, and fictional landscapes artist Gayle Chang Kwan created 12 photographic dreamscapes that fool the eye into thinking something much more exciting than butter, cheese and lard. At first glance, it seems like you are staring into some otherworldly, mars-like Labyrinth forest. Only to later find out, its strangely a miniature land of chocolate, meat and rotten apples.....

see more here

Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Winter is approaching and the only thing I can think of is cozy, chunky knits. Preferably the ones created by Sandra Backlund. Genius, she is. Really. 

i think the closest i'll get to an actual Backlund creation is this scarf from the store oak....

close enough!!