Tag Archives: walls

Corners Of My World

I collect stuff, maybe too much, and one of the tricks to declutter the space is to hang it on the walls, creating little stories.

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Priem’s perky paper

I  l o v e  paper. Maybe it’s a default setting for a graphic designer, but my love goes wayyy back: from paper, envelopes and stamps – as a child I wanted to become a post office employee – I moved on to larger … Continue reading

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Mole’s Breath is a colour

Interior alchemists Farrow & Ball have landed a lovely new range of paint colours, inspired by the Dorset Coast. The names are pure poetry and the results are fabulous… Dangerous stuff: they will have you reconsider your colour scheme at … Continue reading

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Evidence of… stuff

Claudio Parmiggiano (Luzzara, 1943) is an artist who’s been dealing with walls too {see my last post Jenesaisquoi}: Empty now, but with clear traces of shelves and objects that have been there. Parmiggiano concentrates on the essence of existence and … Continue reading

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