Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Another series, in which light is used to take us to places we have never imagined. This amazing photographer uses everyday objects and turns them into art by simply putting them in an unusual environment. It is funny how the lamps, these inanimate pieces of furniture, become almost alive, while the trees and woods are the ones that look lifeless. Beautiful, creative, lovely.
You can find other creative projects by Rune Guneriussen here
Keep Calm and Carry On Pink Archival Print: Cut&Paste Print; Ahoy Print: Jeninne's Art Store; Seafaring Magnets Set of 4: Robot Candy; Card-File Address Book (Blue Post Box): Beth Bee Books; Loveletter Necklace and Maize Ring Stack: Foundling; Mini Wallet Mini Pink Cupcakes Fabric: Baffin Bags; Paris 1908 Gift Tags: Mullberry Muse; Yellow Velvet Chrysanthemum Silk-Lined Clutch Bag: Red Ruby Rose; Design Your Own Letter A-Z: A Bushel and a Peck; Wisdom and Again 5x5 Prints: Fiereyed Photography;TeaCup Pouch: Patchwork Pottery; Early Morning Pocket Mirror: The Nebulous Kingdom; Antique Lace Zipper Pouch and White Antique Lace Zipper Pouch: Forest Bound
All from Etsy
Monday, January 26, 2009
I know you have probably seen this project already, but I just couldn't help but post some photos here.
The people behind these dreamy photos are the Russian designer Leonid Tishkov and photographer Boris Bendikov who made a big, moon-shaped light-box, calling the project "Your Personal Moon". How amazing it is to hang your own Moon over you bed?
More about this project: here (it's in Russian)
Saturday, January 24, 2009
I love what treasures you can find by opening random websites, ah, I love the Internet for that! I present you an amazing talent - Andrea Joseph. She is from the UK and her work is absolutely stunning! All the details are so carefully drawn and the materials are so realistic, that it really stops my breath. There are many, many more drawings, so you'd better check them yourselves - it's worth it, I promise! I really have no more words, so enjoy! :)
Andrea Joseph's blog and flickr
Friday, January 23, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
I highly recommend that you watch this movie in case you already haven't. I really loved the whole idea of spending the summer in a totally different place living a life different from the one you have at home. And Javier Bardem's character is the perfect one for a strong, self-confident and talented man - such an interesting personage.
Recently I have been inspired by feathers. On my way back home a couple of days ago I saw a little bird so beautiful and colorful that I couldn't just walk by without stopping there and watching it for a while. It was strange, because it is so cold here, but it was lovely!
I drew this yesterday - it is watercolor pencil on paper.