I fell across the work of Kirsten Lepore and immediately fell in love with her quirky and imaginative animations. You can really sense the amount of love and effort that have gone into each one. Just check out the amount of drawings she must have done for 'story for North America'. In 'Sweet Dreams' a young cupcake dreams of sailing the oceans with healthy consequences. The details are just brilliant, my favourite has to be the shipwrecked scene; when the cupcake (spoiler alert!) builds a shelter on the desert island he picks some foliage to make his roof. Come morning the cale has shriveled in the sun but the growing cale has not. It might seem like a small thing but it is these tiny details that bring the story to life.
see her website here read an interview with Kirsten here
I just stumbled across this etsy shop and was blown away by the collections of found washed glass and pottery for sale all found on the beaches of Scotland. The colour combinations are just beautiful. I'm patiently waiting on the edge of my seat for my perfect set to come up.
Leo Gursky is just about surviving, tapping his radiator each evening to let his upstairs neighbour know he's still alive. But life wasn't always like this: sixty years ago, in the Polish village where he was born, Leo fell in love and wrote a book. And though Leo doesn't know it, that book survived, inspiring fabulous circumstances, even love.
Hi, I'm Ruby Gatta.
You might already know my fashionista friend Fifi Lapin. we've been best friends since we were tiny and our mums and grandmothers were best friends before us. She's got the whole fashion thing covered so here's my space dedicated to design and all things nice, hope you like it xx