Friday, May 28, 2010

+...HaVe A BeAuTiFuL WeEkEnD...+

"New York in My Life" photographed by Satomi Shirai

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+...I AdOrE...+

these beautiful realistic paintings by brilliant New York-based painter Yigal Ozeri.

The first step in Ozeri's process is to shoot photographs of random people in their natural environment. Once he's back in the studio, he uses Photoshop to alter the shots, before he prints them up to use as a guide. He then paints with oil on large canvas to complete his masterpieces.

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+...PeRFeCT GeTaWaY...+

Villa Eurydice and Villa Orpheus by Villa Crew are the best, large private villas available on Mykonos, the most elegant island holiday destination in Greece, tipped by Vogue as one of their Ten Best Summer Houses 2010.

The villas, in their own private grounds, are recently constructed in a traditional Greek island ‘sugar-cube’ Cycladic style but interior designed with a distinctly modern feel (by international South African, Dubai-based designer Jayne Wuder) and feature original art collections, iconic furnishing and modern technology, sensually and irresitably marrying contemporary design with relaxed island living.

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+...NiCoLa MeiRiNg...+

Ship shape, it's a designs for bio-degradeable plate range by Nicola Meiring.
She's an illustrator from Cape Town, South Africa, inspired by nature and traditions with a serious love for vectors and iconography. She studied at a graphics institute in Cape Town, graduating in 2006.

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+...LoVe iT...+

Since the late 90s, 51 year old Dutch photographer Ruud Van Empel has been working in the collage/photoshop medium. Van Empel’s trademark pieces are picturing (mostly) black children in the middle of vibrant jungle or verdant landscapes.

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+...BeNJaMiN GaRciA SaXe...+

A beautiful bamboo retreat located in Costa Rica. Designed by architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe for his mother. This open air construction and the large overhanging tin roofs allow for natural ventilation but still provide ample shade from the hot sun. The foundation is poured concrete and the structure is formed with steel, while the bamboo rings are covered in burlap to provide more shade and protection. In total, the small jungle home in Guanacoste, Costa Rica cost $40,000 to construct.

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

+...CoSTuMe JuNe 2010...+

Magazine Costume
Issue June 2010
Photographer Henry Moshizi
Stylist Maiken Winther
Hair/Makeup Lasse Pedersen
Model Iza Olak
Producer Thomas Wadensten

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+...My NeXT DeSTiNaTiOn...+

Maldives...................!!! (*fingers crossed*)

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