Archive for March, 2010

Shades of summer

March 31, 2010

Damn you Internet with all your fancy shades just a few clicks away…. I CAN get on with my life without these. Repeat!

Afternoon tea-shirt anyone?

March 29, 2010

Fab feathers

March 26, 2010

As the happy owner of a feather tattoo and a big feather lamp, I must admit I got a thing for feathers. So of course I love these sculptures by Kate MccGwire.

And the best part? Kate’s work is a part of the Dead or Alive exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Designs in New York from April 27 through October 24, and guess what, the geeks are going to New York in May…

The museum writes blah blah blah …the work of over 30 international artists who transform organic materials and objects that were once produced by or part of living organisms-insects, feathers, bones, silkworm cocoons, plant materials, and hair-to create intricately crafted and designed installations and sculptures.” It’s almost to good to be true!

This one is also a part of the exhibition. Can’t wait to see it in real life. By Billie Grace Lynn.

It’s all about the idea…

March 23, 2010

Geeks – but not in the field geography

March 20, 2010

This map is brilliant. Someone must have overheard us playing Trivial Pursuit trying to answer the blue questions…

Death, Jewelry and Delight

March 17, 2010

I just love when people read my mind and creates the perfect piece of jewelry, but I just wish that they read the part about making them affordable. But these are absolute beauties. Little flowers, gold and birds skulls… yum! These rings and knuckle dusters are all from the Divorce collection made by Gisèle Ganne.

P.s. If there is anyone out there that doesn’t know how to spend their money… I’ll like to have one of these, please!!…

The art of seed bag design

March 14, 2010

As a child, the DIY centre was my second home – my parents where renovating our house and where shopping there like mad. I would spend most of the time there eating the decorating pasta in the display kitchens, flipping through posters with tacky 80’ies motives in the “interior” section (which wasn’t tacky at that point as it was in the 80’ies) or look at the bags of seeds in the garden section. I was so fascinated by the fact that these bags contained what the picture showed. I have no idea why I suddenly recall this, but I googled myself down memory lane and found these images.

The dominant cauliflower. Over-the-knee patent leather boots and whip not included.

Can’t wait for this silver tray to emerge from the soil.

This picture is so misleading. Everyone knows that a regular pea pod consists of one pea normal size, one pea tiny size, one worm, one pea huge size tasting of dust, one more worm.

Oh, I feel the Garten freude in my body… Must have more tomatoes. Been awake for 48 hours straight. Can’t stop eating. Muahahaha!

Yellow beets. And by yellow we mean f**king yellow.

You have always been my favourite gardener – Lord Nelson?

Enjoying the small pleasures of life today

March 10, 2010

Like tiny pink plastic bags that make you smile :)

It’s International Women’s Day!

March 8, 2010

Rock on all ya ladys out there! The Danish translation is actually more like “International Women’s Day of Kicking Butts” hence these fab pictures by Neil Krug for the Pulp Art Book.

Gimme, gimme, gimme

March 7, 2010

I have a weak spot for Alexandra Cassaniti even though her design is made for hot surfer girls and not nordic freezing wool-lovers like me. Still, her cheesecloth t-shirts and oddly shaped sunglasses are to die for.

Do I need a surf board bag? Absolutely freaking not. But it’s so cool! Maybe I can fit a guitar in it.

Love the necklase with Pacific Ocean in it created in collaboration with Unearthen.


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