November 5, 2012
From my other blog - as I was falling asleep - a little post reminiscing about a beautiful exhibition book I produced earlier this year, including a piece I wrote about the artist, Larry Mitchell. Read more HERE. *Image courtesy of FORM – artwork by Larry Mitchell and catalogue design by Sandra Elms Design. About these […]
November 4, 2012
I love these hammered, gold-filled raindrop/teardrop earrings by Norita Designs. So simply pretty.
October 29, 2012
My late night obsession with Etsy resulted in the discovery of hello Milky - a little Melbourne design line that specialises in children’s bed linen and soft furnishings. I love the adorable cloud pillow, and the natural linen range with neon pink dots. Available through Etsy.
October 29, 2012
These pastel-hued, porcelain necklaces by boutique Australian jewellery line and ODesign are very sweet. I love how the bottom one has been styled with a chunky marle jumper. I’d wear the teardrop pendants clustered together en masse. Available from Madeit.
October 26, 2012
The Beauty Philosopher now has a sister – her name is as I was falling asleep and she takes the more literary, artsy and autobiographical elements of TBP and spins her own story around them. I have worked in the creative industries for a long time as a writer, editor and curator and my principal love is […]
October 24, 2012
China doll pastels backstage at Oscar de la Renta. *Image from martas-wonderland.tumblr.com via Elisha on Pinterest.
October 22, 2012
I’ve long been a fan of Australian designer Kit Willow’s eponymous line of artful yet flatteringly wearable clothes. She recently launched a line of core pieces – Willow Core – including the beautiful slim blazer and shirt pictured here. But really I am writing about this simply because I love the photograph as much as […]
October 11, 2012
I love the colours and soft movement of this painting (Sea Reflections, 2011) by Brisbane artist Kathryn Blumke.
September 25, 2012
Spotted on Yellow Trace - a beautiful installation by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Görg Lenzlinger called The Falling Garden. It is an old work – it was installed back in 2003 for the Venice Biennial, in the Church of San Stae – but it is so exquisite I could not help but share it. […]