Thursday, May 04, 2017
Great natural light and beautiful lighting in this Australian home by Sydney-based design collective Amber Road. More over at Est magazine.
(photo by prue ruscoe)
This week's links. Enjoy.
Art and Design in a Historic Paris Apartment
Via Trendland: "'PRIVATE CHOICE' is an imagined and ephemeral contemporary collection of art and design in a gorgeous historic Parisian apartment. Last October they unfolded their 4th edition in this Haussmannian apartment, located a stone’s throw away from Grand Palais." Lovely and inspiring.
Photos From the Rei Kawakubo Exhibition Catalog
Ten photographers were invited to interpret the work of fashion designer Rei Kawakubo for the Met Gala 2017 exhibition catalog—here's a sampling of the resulting beautiful images.
Top 10 Terrible Houses in Fiction
Fantastic list of novels about houses you really don't want to be in, including Shirley Jackson's classic 'The Haunting of Hill House', Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations', Daphne du Maurier's 'Rebecca' and Kazuo Ishiguro's 'The Remains of the Day'.
15 Common French Phrases Every Traveler Should Know
If you're planning a trip to Paris sometime soon, knowing these simple phrases will definitely make getting around the City of Light a little easier (and more civilized).
Brad Pitt Talks Divorce, Quitting Drinking, and Becoming a Better Man
I don't normally post celebrity stuff here, but this really is an excellent GQ interview with Brad Pitt. For anyone who has been through a major life crisis, his candid talk about learning to cope during a difficult time offers some good insights into navigating grief.
Five Fantastic Surrealist Films to Watch Now
AnOther picks their five fave Surrealist films. Some great classics here.
Mediterranean Breakfast Salad
A healthy and hearty mix of greens, quinoa, eggs and almonds, this power breakfast will definitely jumpstart even the most sluggish morning.
(photo by benjamin edwards from sara emslie's new book urban pioneer. via lobster and swan)
Admiring this lovely oil and acrylic on wood painting by Tracie Cheng today, titled "the seen and the unseen". See more of her work here.