Sunday Sessions: 01.09.13


LINE ONE: These upstyles are lovely, but what makes them really special is the models; meet Guys with Fancy Lady Hair, a collection of women’s  hair styles modeled by some handsome gents with lovely long locks, that frankly make me a little jealous!

LINE TWO: Umm… where can I get one of these flippin awesome  SLR Gun Holder‘s? As someone who always seems to get my hair tangled in the camera strap, this is pretty much the best idea I’ve ever seen! Plus, I would love to feel like a gunslinger every time I whipped out my camera.

LINE THREE: Take a look at this simple yet stunning DIY to make Yarn Banners. Who would have thought such a simple idea would be so striking!

LINE FOUR:  Speaking of clever DIY’s using yarn,  I never realised that you could make Animal faces from Pom Poms! How do people work out brilliant tricks like this?

Sunday Sessions: 14.07.13

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LINE ONE/ Stumbled across this lovely DIY project on the Etsy blog; I would have never thought of embroidering my headphones! Definitely have to give it a try sometime.

LINE TWO/ I came across Happy Socks ages ago and bookmarked their website to come back to later but totally forgot until this week! How great are these patterned tights! Totally in love.

LINE THREE/ I just discover that Pam Wishbow has phone covers in her Redbubble store! I love all of them!!

 LINE FOUR/ Prepare to be mesmerized by this beautiful video shot over a period of two years. ‘Adrift‘ is “a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area” and is hauntingly beautiful.

Sunday Sessions: 30.06.13

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LINE ONE/ Mesmerized by this gif set on tumblr from Photojojo showing how the Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source (As spotted in the music video for Opale’s Sparkles and Wine) Makes me re-think my lighting options when taking photos.

LINE TWO/ Something for your literary buffs; To celebrate George Orwell’s 110th birthday,  FRONT404 decorated several surveillance cameras with party hats in tribute to Orwell’s novel”1984″. The project aims to create public awareness of the omnipresence of surveillance by making these inconspicuous and often ignored cameras stand out. You can find out all about the project here.

LINE THREE/ Head over heels for these fantastic illustrations by Spencer Salbery (aka Hey Monster) of strong female characters depicted as patron saints. I can totally see myself praying to Buffy Summers - Our Lady of Protection or Liz Lemon - Our Lady of Having it All.

LINE FOUR/ I wont lie, Wildfox isn’t really my style, but their Clueless inspired lookbook really got me feeling the 90’s nostalgia! I’m in total need of a night of ice cream and cheesy teen flicks!

Sunday Sessions: 23.06.13

 Sunday Sessions; a weekly link list of great things

LINE ONE/ Really loving this Dipped Polaroids DIY from the great blog the 52 Weeks Project. Such a clever idea to give Polaroids a little extra fun!

LINE TWO/ The Awesome Project  is a collection of beautiful porcelain goods designed and hand-decorated individually by creative duo illustrator Madalina Andronic & designer Claudiu Stefan. There are so many stunning bowls and vases, but my favourites are these incredible necklaces.

LINE THREE/ Check out these mixed media editorial pictures by Ben Giles for Kneon Magazine over at the Cargo Collective website.

LINE FOUR/ I just discovered the online design community Dottinghill where you can find a great selection of temporary tattoo designs. As someone who loves tattoos but has never been able to commit to a design, this is totally something I can use!

Sunday Sessions: 16.06.13

Sunday Sessions; a weekly link list of great things

LINE ONE/French artist Mademoiselle Maurice  created these colourful installations from 30,000 folded components. She relied on help from school children and people living in nearby “leisure centers” to help complete all of the pieces and I have to say the results are stunning!

LINE TWO/ I would love to rock a quirky suitcase from Williams British Handmade the next time I go on holidays. Each item is produced by hand, with all stitching completed by hand! I can only imagine how confused the baggage handlers would be receiving these at the airport! 

LINE THREE/ I’m so digging these crazy Animal Socks from The White Pepper. I might even grab a pair of each style to make me giggle while they keep my feet warm this winter.

LINE FOUR/ These clever portraits from New York based artist Nathan Manire are so wonderful. When you look at them close up they seem to be simply a collection of pretty dots, but if you take a look from far away they suddenly form into shaded portraits. Either way you look at them they are beautiful!

Sunday Sessions: 09.06.13

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LINE ONE/ Paris based artist Fabienne Rivory combines mirrored black and white photographs with touches of brightly-hued watercolours to create these dreamy images in her 2013 series, titled Miroir.  The best part us, she has prints available right here so you can have one on your wall at home!

LINE TWOdschwen‘s instagram feed is totally amazing, there are so many pictures I wanted to share, but really, how could I go past these teenage mutant limes?

LINE THREE/ If only these Harry Potter themed  PR books books designed by Amy Sly were available in real life! I can only imagine the amazing marketing strategies used by media managers in the wizarding world.

LINE FOURSugar and Cloth always has amazing DIY projects, but I’m totally in love with the tutorial  to make hanging diamond ornaments by contributor, Kathleen of Snowdrop & Co. Geometric anything will always win my heart!

Sunday Sessions: 02.06.13

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LINE ONE / When photographer Caroline Tran’s son Cameron turned one, she threw him an incredible 1960’s Manhattan themed birthday party complete with teeny fruit stand, temporary tattoo parlor and milkshake bar. I wish I had amazing parties like this when I was little (although I’ll admit the parties we had were just as much fun even without crazy themes) Check out the photo’s over at  On to Baby.

LINE TWO /  Super talented Japanese textile artist, Jung Jung knitted these amazing vegetables and flowers. They almost look good enough to eat!

LINE THREE / Designer George Bokhua created these delightfully simple and clever animal illustrations making great use of negative space. You can see more of his work over  on his Behance portfolio.

LINE FOUR / I really enjoyed this interesting  TEDx Teen Talk  from fifteen-year-old Tavi Gevinson about finding strong female, teenage role models.  She created an online community in Rookie, a web magazine for and by teen girls. So great to see someone so young having so much success.

Sunday Session: 26.05.13


LINE ONE: Soo Sunny Park’s chain-link fence installation, Unwoven Light, is completely mesmerizing. But you need to watch this documentary short by Walley Films to see the process and intent behind her imaginative, surreal artworks.

LINE TWO: I was browsing on Dribbble when I found this MailChimp Persona Project featuring a set of posters introducing their team through hand lettered portraits. Such a brilliant and unique design!

LINE THREE: Something about these handwritten photoshop statements from artist Emmy really resonates with me. Maybe I just wish my handwriting was as neat…

LINE FOUR: Check out these photos of the London Tweed Run from Cube & Park. I really hope to take part in the Tweed Run one day, it just seems like such a wonderful day out!

Sunday Sessions: 19.05.13

LINE ONE: These Smeared Skies by photographer Matt Malloy feel so ethereal I feel like I’m staring into someone else’s stunning dreamscape (my dreams tend to be about food and chance encounters with celebrities). Made by stacking and stitching together groups of photos, he creates this beautful effect where the sky almost seems as if it were a painted abstract.

LINE TWO: I have two words for you; Sloth Jewelry. Need I say more? Check them out at Curious Burrow.

LINE THREE: While a little out of my price range, these adorkable and vibrant knitted sweaters and hats are making me long for the Bill Cosby and Fresh Prince of Bel Air days of the 90’s…

LINE FOUR: I was always terrible at staying inside the line on paint by numbers as a kid. Luckily, back in 2009 Trey Speegle designed these awesome Paint By Number Plates that made me realise maybe the way I was doing it was better than sticking to the conventional way of ‘painting-by -numbers’!

Sunday Sessions: 21.04.13

ONE/ Has anyone seen the amazing cookies over at  The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle? That is some serious icing skills! I am totally in awe, I can barely get icing to stay on the cookie let alone make shapes and patterns!

TWO/ Is this not the most brilliant thing you have ever seen!  The wide, flat drawers don’t have a back, so you can remove the whole shelf and use its contents and when you’re done you can safely tuck the whole thing away from site and pick up where you left off when you return!

THREE/Totally enamored with Parc Boutique‘s new Lookbook. The styling is beautiful (and on an unrelated note, I adore the model’s hair colour!) I’ve been window shopping through it all day.

FOUR/ How does one even make something like this? It’s pretty much the teeniest origami ever! Crazy!