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.
Lovely pictures with soft hues of grey, mauve and green styled by Tara Ballantyne and photographed by Trine Thorsen for the latest issue of Norwegian Elle Decoration.
Wonderful pictures of the portfolio of photographer Dietlind Wolf.
Lovely photos of New York based photographer Anna Williams. The photos are taken from The Voracity which is a personal project by Anna Williams.
Foodie photographer Katie Quinn Davies first book ‘What Katie Ate ~ Recipes and other bits and bobs’ is now out. The book covers a wide range of home cooked dishes and is filled with lovely pics to accompany the existing recipes. Yummy !
Photos via What Katie Ate
Glen Proebstel is a Melbourne based stylist who’s ability lies, not only in his skill of selecting and bringing objects together in an aesthetically pleasing way, but in his innate feel for how to create an emotional connection. The quality of his work comes from the understanding of fundamentals such as scale, texture, placement, colour and light, but the magic comes from the unexpected, the witty and the quirky play that underpins his signature style.
A few months ago I discovered the lovely food and lifestyle blog what katie ate filled with wonderful photos and delicious recipes. It’s simply fresh and feels like summer…
Photo credit: Jill Odice, what katie ate
Some pics of the always so inspiring and wonderful portfolio of Lerkenfeldt Photography.
Wonderful food pictures by Toronto based photographer Michael Graydon.
Dietlind Wolf is a visual designer and propstylist who loves to create, to find, to see and to live with – and use all – her senses.