Category Archives: Art I Love
Yago Hortal (via)
These caught my eye – and I thought how much I’d like sending these as this year’s Valentine’s cards. Aren’t they dreamy and seductive and nostalgic all at the same time? (via Le Sphinx, Melbourne, Australia)
I made it to Brooklyn safe and sound – in a hilariously short 10 foot moving truck. My room is more than chaotic with all of the stuff that I couldn’t BARE to live without. I somehow managed to bring … Continue reading
There is a certain bleakness in these 1950 – 1970’s photographs of New York by Saul Leiter that is painstakingly beautiful and infinitely intriguing. So much hazy and lovely loneliness. (Images via) “Nostalgia is a seductive liar.” – George Ball
There’s a meekness in the understatement of these tiny little garlands than I find positively stunning. First found on Sadrine Place’s Sneek Peek via Design Sponge, I can’t get enough of The Fabulous Garlands of French artist, Sophie Cuvelier.