I learned about photographer Parker Fitzgerald through Kinfolk. I love how the pictures give me a feeling of raw silent nature. I want to wear a raincoat and hike through the foggy landscapes of Scotland. Advertisements
I am in love with this quirky photo-series by Taiwan-based photographer Puzzlement Leung. Happy easter everyone!
There is something quite amazing about the foggy landscapes of Scotland. Finn Beales captured these stunning photos on a 5 days roadtrip in Scotlands raw nature working for Johnnie Walker New Explorers Club campaign.
Like I mentioned earlier I am currently very eager about Japan, and therefore very pleased to follow Beth Kirbys Instagram profile where she shares the most beautiful pictures and anecdotes from her trip Japan. An iron kettle over an irori in a house along the… Read More
Austin-based design-studio FÖDA is behind this beautiful visual identity for the French Vietnamese restaurant Elizabeth Street Cafe. I like! Via Pinterest
Three danish architects were featured in the 13th issue of Kinfolk for creating this beautiful holiday home in Plomari, Greece. The building once housed the workshop of a blacksmith, It had been abandoned for a while when Dorte Mandrup-Poulsen, Louis Becker and Jens Thomas… Read More
There is something very special about mornings. Especially the slow ones. To enjoy the quiteness while sipping freshly brewed coffee. Therefore I was glad to stumple upon the new blog Good Morning Journal that feature beautiful photo series of creative peoples morning rituals and recipes. This… Read More
Noma Authentic is a school project by the two Brooklyn-based graphic designers Henrik Ellersgaard and Jonas Emmertsen. They both graduated from School of Visual Communication in Denmark, where they did this beautiful project. I love the clean grid-based and simple style.
Barnaby Skinner makes it hard for me to control my wanderlust. In the summer of 2013 I visited Cambodia on my second journey though Southeast Asia. Although the country is very poor and their history vicious it was such a stunning experience to explore Cambodia.… Read More
Italian photographer Isabella Vacchi did this photo series for the online magazine Sticky Buns issue #1. I have never heard about the magazine but something about their surreal universe and cool manifesto made me curious. And the projects are great.