My love for Wes Anderson and his films have been well documented on this blog. So you can imagine my delight when I found out about the IG @accidentallywesanderson. It consists of several photographic treasures, reminiscent of Wes Anderson’s vision. Obsessed! More photos after the jump.. Continue reading
Sheila in the Garden
When the Universe Has Bigger Plans For Your Life
We’re All in This Together
Old Venice in The
The book, Her: Meditations on Being Female, is a collection of photographer Marjorie Salvaterra‘s portraits, exploring various phases of womanhood. The moving black-and-white photographs capture generations of women in staged, dramatic poses everywhere from the laundromat to in the ocean and in radiant cornfields. These are just a few of my favorites, you can see more of her thoughtful work here.
How clever are these prints from Jordan Bolton Design? Jordan has captured and organized all the props from The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, into these darling prints! You know how much I love Wes Anderson, so naturally, I need all of these 😉 Jordan also has prints of many other great films, such as Lost in Translation, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Amelie. See them all here!
Artist Jim Bachor voluntarily fixes potholes around the streets of Chicago – by filling them in with cement and covering them with mosaic art. What a thoughtful way to create public art. A few favorites after the jump..
Artist Samantha Hahn, celebrates every stage of motherhood, in her new book, A Mother Is A Story: A Celebration of Motherhood. The collection, a series of exquisite watercolor illustrations, includes quotes on motherhood from Maya Angelou, Victor Hugo and more. A few of my favorites..
Are you familiar with the Instagram account, Wally Found? The anonymous Londoner, dressed up as Waldo, posts artistic images of his explorations in England’s most picturesque landmarks. A few of his clever photos if you’d like to see..
Chaima photographed in Agadir, Morocco, October 2015.
Three years ago, photographer Sara Melotti. was working as a fashion photographer. It was around this time that she had a personal realization: “I realized the work I was producing was contributing to very unrealistic standards of beauty — killers of self-esteem — that made my friends and countless other women suffer.” With this realization, Quest for Beauty was born. The collection, which includes photographs and interviews with women from around the world, sends a powerful message of self-love. A few of her enchanting photos if you’d like to see..