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Tag Archives: THE FABRIC OF HOME
(…) sorry for maybe replying a bit late, but doing nothing is not good for my motor I’m afraid. I do keep myself busy, you saw some stuff from the archive, but without the bustle of guests around, it feels … Continue reading
NEWS from the tile masters at Mutina, made in collaboration with artist Nathalie Du Pasquier. The Margherita and Daisy tiles are for everybody, who is not afraid. she says. I simply l o v e tiles – maybe something with … Continue reading
I tend to forget, I am an AirBnB host. For about 7 years I welcomed guests to our home, always had people staying in our guestroom. Now for months it has been just the two of us, me and my … Continue reading
Today I came across the work of Soraya Basiran through I love Illustration. Great style. Something in the pattern reminded me of the work of Hamid El Kanbouhi, who’s work I admire and wrote about. Both images of a now-woman. … Continue reading
I love the work of René Gruau, the late French fashion illustrator. Studying his work is pure escapism. PS | It reminds me of the disturbing news of less victims of domestic violence now calling in for help. The … Continue reading
Work from the portfolio of conceptual stylist Susanne Kennedy. I love the way she paints an atmosphere with objects, light and color, composing enticing stories putting the characters in place. Inspiring!
I made a sketch for a painting. Inspired by a frame from the charity shop. It held a discolored print of a painting by Pieter de Hooch, A Woman Peeling Apples. I want to make a little painting for the … Continue reading
It was a lovely sunny autumn afternoon along Kingston Avenue in Brooklyn. The shop across the street caught my eye, as it felt nostalgic, sun drenched longing in a French way. A good spot for a wine bar. In … Continue reading
I looked it up, how they put the taste of a forest on the other side of the world in a jelly. It’s gorgeous!