Dani Loureiro is a freelance illustrator, letterer and graphic designer living and working in Cape Town. Dani designs the most amazing type pieces both on paper and in 3D. I commissioned her a couple of months ago to make me one of her custom made wooden typography pieces for Shane for our anniversary and what she sent over was beyond awesome. It’s seriously one of our most favourite things in our house.
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.
This 308 m2 apartment is such a cool space. It’s so wide and open and awesome, imagine what you could do in it, interiors wise. I love the big windows, open plan layout and the outside terrace. Don’t get me wrong I love our flat, but I would kill for a space like this one. I want it, I want it, I want it.
Andy Rementer is an artist from the US, he is attracted to the past and loves hand made typography, vintage colors and flea market finds. I first saw his awesome hand-made and hand-painted wooden characters on Booooooom. You can change all the pieces around so you can create different characters or abstract sculptures, how cool?
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.