Found these very interesting and awesome handmade ice-cream cones on Booooooom. They’re so nice and colourful and it sounds like these “Gelatology” workshops could be so much fun.
How much fun is this project? – Geffen Refaeli, who is a freelance illustrator based in Tel aviv, draws a doodle a day based on other people’s Instagram feeds as inspiration. Some of them are damn cool and strange as all hell, I would love to see what the original base photo was for some of her drawings.
My talented friend Catherine Green is exhibiting at Wolves for the next few weeks, her show is starting on Friday at 6pm and she has sent a whole lot of framed and unframed, all original ink drawings from Cape Town for this exhibition.
I did a post a while back on Cath’s work and so I’m so excited to see it up close and personal. There are so many cool pieces and they’re not your run of the mill drawings, the content is out of the ordinary and really interesting and definitely worth a look and a buy.
I recently went to look at Evie Cahir’s site again. I did a post on her incredible illustrations last year and I was blown away by the sheer volume of good work that she had up on her site, there were a lot of pieces that I thought were really interesting and eery and I spent a long time going through her stuff.
When I went to go have a look a second time around, I was once again surprised by the sheer volume and the awesomeness of her drawings, which are like bizarre little snippets into her life.
These very peculiar and intricate drawings of by an artist called Laurie Lipton. I find them so bizarre, but just as intriguing. They’re like you’re taking a glimpse back into the past, but after you’ve eaten way too much Sunday lunch and sat out in the sun for too long, if you know what I mean.
I absolutely love this big open Northcote warehouse, which has been converted into a home. It’s filled with wonderful art, colour and amazingness.
These images comes off one of my most favourite interior blogs – The Design Files