Archive for August, 2010

In New York? No plans for the day?

August 31, 2010

At the brilliant agency Partners & Spade that doubles as one of the coolest stores I have ever seen, you can rent a pogo stick by the hour or the day. Stop being so brilliant, ok?

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Come out and play

August 27, 2010

The summer is almost over…

…. soon we will only be partying indoors

… and before we know it, we will be this old. All pictures by photographer Felix Lahrer.

Braided bodies

August 24, 2010

Swedish artist Anders Krisar made these back in 2005, but I still think they are just as creepy and fascinating as ever…

Truth of the day

August 23, 2010

All eyes on you

August 22, 2010

Mesmerizing portraits of women in Kibera Slum, Kenya. By photographer JR reflecting in the iris above. The eyes featured on the rooftops are the eyes of the women actually living in that spot. Beautiful.

WTF’ing my way through the world

August 20, 2010

I need this WTF stamp so badly! Then I would stop talking and just communicate via this. Bring on the stamp for terrible creative briefings, records I don’t like, weird outfits from Moon Spoon Saloon, overcooked steaks, a poor lovers private parts and half of the contemporary exhibition at Louisiana. Oh, and you just sold the last chocolate ice cream to the customer before me? Here is one for your forehead.

Handle with care

August 18, 2010

The door to my dad’s office. Great design. I don’t know if it is as old as the building, but if that is the case, it is from 1774.

Day of the dancing bear

August 17, 2010

Due to the rain over Copenhagen we need a bit of cheering up…

Where is that pizza delivery guy? Me so hungry.

August 16, 2010

Sorry about the headline. These are in fact very cool photos that should not be made fun of.

In my otherwise organized life (not the love life) I can’t find the note I did about the name of the photographer and his website. But it was a him! Please make a note in the comments section if you recognize the pictures and know his name.

Crystallised

August 14, 2010

I really like the idea of a tiny crystal resting on your neck and a larger crystal resting on your chest. Got it at In God We Trust – the one in Lafayette Street, NYC.


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