Hattie Stewart is an illustrator slash doodler whose work makes me feel happy and like I’m seeing Tom and Jerry in real life. Her illustration is so playful and unique and I really think she has a cool style.
These are the drawing of Rachel Levit, she is one of my most favourite illustrators because of her clean and simplistic style of drawing and her slightly off-centre subject matter. I’ve had some of her work up on the blog before, check it out if you want to see more from her portfolio.
Sanda Anderlon is an artist/illustrator who lives in Zagreb, Croatia. She makes both static and animated works, ranging in style, from metaphorical eye-candies, childish cartoons or old-school pen on paper studies to collaged XL narrative visual feasts, like the one below.
This giant collage is entitled Party, which describes as a drunken jungle in a two-storey collage. I just think it’s pure magic. There is so much going on, it’s like a modern day ‘Where’s Wally?’ Would love to get lost in this piece in real life.
Found these two amazing Swedish apartments on this blog. The first one is available to buy, if you have R19 000 000 lying around, yip you read right, crazy right? And the second one is probably not as much, it’s a small, charming space, but it didn’t have a price tag attached to it, I just liked the way it looked so included it in this post.
Oyoy is a Danish interior design company founded my one Miss Lotte Fynboe. They make amazing things for pretty much every room in your house – Oyoy creates classic Scandinavian designs with added undertones of simplicity and a twist of Japanese design with a passion of combining colors and materials.
A couple of people have been asking me to do a post on our kitchen and this morning whilst I was in there slurping down some ice-tea, I decided to whip out the old camera and do just that.
As you can see from all the photo evidence below I like kitchen stuff, glasses, jugs, jars, teacups, cookbooks, mixing bowls etc etc and luckily for us slash me, not Shane, I have lots of nice open shelves to display some of the stuff I have been collecting over the years.
So I hope you enjoy my kitchen tour, while I head on back to my baby bear who is in search of her own version of ice-tea.