Wonderful creme fringed creations with that cozy winter feeling.
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I absolutely fell in love with the amazing ceramics of Brooklyn-based artist Paula Greif. Paula’s namesake ceramics line was conceived when the former art director decided to remake everything in her kitchen with her own hands – inspired by American stoneware bottles and Mexican folk pottery, each piece is unique and resonates with Paula’s tenacious and instinctual approach to creating.
Inspired by nature and British folklore, Mr Finch creates strange and magical creatures out of of upcycled material: Velvet curtains from an old hotel, a threadbare wedding dress and a vintage apron become birds and beasts, looking for new owners and adventures to have. His creations are part whimsy part true to form, all hand stitched with intricate detailing and made for people who are also a little lost, found and forgotten…
I love this time of year, the time between Christmas and New Year that Norwegians call Romjul. These days are some form of strange vortex where even time itself seems to be operating at a different yet contemplative pace. Something special and magical is in the air. Can you feel it ?
These pictures make me feel so christmassy. Wish we would have some snow here…
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Aurélie Mathigot’s work is largely inspired by the notion of recovery and the necessity of talking about everyday life in another – new – way. Several preoccupations recur throughout her work: like the will to hide, the need for isolation and for being overwhelmed by the textil material. Like an endless thinking about time flowing, out of anyone’s control. Like the desire to fix reality in another dimension to preserve it from leaving us, and to look in all things, by all means, what can remind us a present.