I came across these marbled prints on Pinterest the other day and didn’t realize they were by Copenhagen designer Pernilles Snedker Hansen, but it makes complete sense – when you look at her pieces, the marbling almost looks as if they were layers/rings of wood. Remember this post I did on her marbled wood floors? Anyway, it’s crazy how far marbling has come. It’s literally everywhere these days (Ksteggy was totally onto a trend over a year ago), especially in home decor and fashion. I mean, you can literally marble anything… right?
I’ve always been fascinated with textiles and fabric dying – especially the process which I mentioned in my earlier post on the textile show that’s currently up at The Sacred Door in Venice. A couple Sunday nights ago, I ended up taking the Shibori Workshop at the community/gallery space taught by Anton Nazarko who works with Raquel Allegra. I had no idea what to expect – Was it going to be hard? Was I going to super suck at indigo dyeing? Would I have smurf hands when I was done? It was actually much simpler than I had anticipated. Continue reading
Last Sunday I went to The Sacred Door on Lincoln Blvd. in Venice to check out their new Textile show that just opened on March 2nd. A fairly new gallery + event space, The Sacred Door opened up a few months ago by jewelry designer Carly Margolis in the front of her art studio to act as a community gallery for all things “sacred.”
Lately I’ve been digging UK based fashion photographer Charlotte Rutherford‘s work. Sweet but many times unexpected, her style is signature – there’s just something about the way she’s able capture youth (in a way that sort of transcends time, trends and stereotypes) oh so perfectly.
Love the simplicity + repetitive nature of LA-based photographer Maison Gray‘s fluorescent light series.