the most beautiful one-of-a-kind kilim armchairs from antropologie.
two lovely children’s books i came across at love books last sunday.
a ‘long piece of string’ is the best alphabet book for kids i’ve ever seen. a piece of string wraps itself around different objects, h for house, i for ice cream and so on. illustrated by william wondriska.
and ‘shadow’ by suzy lee. all about a little girl’s imagination and a world she finds in the shadows. beautiful.
now grow up frankie so i can buy these for you.
you can find out at pentagram. mine is archer hairline which happened to be my favourite after all.
cats and babies. but not just any cats and any babies. in bed by 10:30 on friday night. out early on saturday morning and just in time for kings of leon golden circle tickets. nick’s birthday party on saturday night and some drunken pictures in front of the mirror. breakfast with the baskind crew on sunday morning and an afternoon at kim’s place with my other family. now back to work.
i have a strong urge to start changing things at home again (danger). especially this big white wall in our living room. spotted the perfect blue in a paris home featured in new york times. or is it blue-green or sea foam?
latest obsession: this title sequence for ‘how to make it in america’. song, typography, editing. love everything about it. and the cute jewish boy too.
man i want to go to new york!
i decided to do weekend posts again. this one is a little bit late but here it is anyway.
mariette’s beautiful work exhibited at left on friday night. my friend johan’s hawaiian tiki party on saturday. could have mistaken if for hawaaii after one more mai tai. and food, wine, design fair on sunday. what a lovely weekend.