now bystandr

It’s been more than a year since my last post. Jeeez! I’ve been pretty much vacant from every form of social media. That being said, my personal life has been a rollercoaster! I’ve gone back to university to study interior architecture, I’ve been painting again and I’ve left my job. And we’ll not talk about…

two thousand and seventeen by fashion nazi

It’s 2017, but you already know that. What should this post be about? Maybe I could write a post about; how I’m going to be healthy, quit smoking, be positive, drink less, learn a new language, travel more or maybe I should be honest with myself and realise the above is probably not going to…

vignette two by fashion nazi

In my constant mission to set myself aside from other bloggers, I gave myself one task for the next few post in my series style vignettes. | Do something different | We all know the way in which big brand’s trends trickle down to the high streets for us mere mortals to squabble over, but…

texture by philippe malouin

I love sharing my inspirations, it’s the main reason I blog, and I wanted to share an artist I came across through the ‘Things’ section at cosstores.com. The artist is Philipper Malouin is a Canadian artist who’s currently living and working in London. Malouin, designs anything from art installations to abstract home furnishings and has…

always foreign architecture by leong leong

I’ve been a fan of the works of Leong Leong for sometime now, their work is like an escape, an escape from what is to be expected in architecture, an escape from traditionalism. Leong Leong work with materials in way that is a constant inspiration for me. Their work on 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store is possibly…

onggi by lee kang-hyo

Lee Kang-Hyo Follows a traditional style of pottery making, onggi, used in Korea. The craft dates back almost six thousand years and Lee Kang-Hyo has become a master at his art. It’s not wise of me to comment on a culture and an art I don’t know a whole lot about. However, I came across…