Thursday, November 07, 2013
A lovely bouquet of peonies and pink columbine, to add soft colour to your day.
(photograph by sullivan owen. via pinterest)
This week's links. Enjoy.
A 15th Century Church Turned Store and Café
Amazingly beautiful space gets a new lease of life.
10 Great FIlms Set in the Middle Ages
Great and varied list of films set in the medieval era, ranging from Canterbury Tales, Monty Python and the Holy Grail and The Seventh Seal to the great Japanese film Ran.
How to Hide Tiredness
Makeup columnist Sali Hughes shows how to make yourself look far more alert than you may actually be feeling with this great video makeup tutorial.
Hidden Agenda: 10 Best Concealers
Still tired? Here's a round up of 10 great concealers by W magazine to check out.
Act Naturally: The Photography of Ringo Starr
Take a peek at Photograph, the sumptuous new limited edition book of 240 photographs by Ringo Starr, taken mostly during his time with The Beatles. Wonderfully candid.
Brian Eno on the Best Use of a TV, Why Art Students Make Good Pop Stars and the Meaning of 'Visual Music'
The most interesting man in music looks back on the intersection between his visual art and his music making in a great Q and A with T magazine. His new book sounds great.
Hollywood in Kodachrome
Check out a slide show of rare eye-poppingly colourful photographs of classic Hollywood stars, including Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Fred Astaire, Cary Grant and Marlene Dietrich among others.
Farro and Vegetable Stuffed Tomatoes
This sounds wonderfully warming for chilly November evenings. Via Tartelette.
(photo by douglas lyle thompson via remodelista)