The collages of the British artist Eloise Hall are composed from a soft colors combination on a white background and a perceptible sensation of movement.
EarthLab is Kate Prandy’s little handmade company, a girl from Rome who designs pillows with felt, embroideries and crochet.
Look what a so creative work! Mar de Sonhos is Mar Silva’s blog, a Portuguese girl who makes by hand and using recycling things as nice as this one.
In Green Eyed Monster you can find a tutorial to make this crochet bracelet with beads. It’s very easy and quick to make.
Don’t you think classic tales are a bit terrifying? The illustrator Christian Jackson has made a series of drawings dedicated to classic tales and produce real uneasiness. If you like to play try to guess the tale without looking at the title.
Taking advantage of the summer vacations we can spend more time to the children to eat fruit. A way of encouraging them is making them to prepare it. The blog KitchenFun With My Three Sons has very funny ideas: the watermelon turtle, the spiderman beet… Though Bert and Ernie are the ones I prefer.
On the occasion of the actor Yul Brynner’s 91th birthday, Nowness reminds his side of photographer and witness of his movies filmings. Very beautiful photos.
Akio Hirata is the most renown Japanese hatmaker. At his 80 years old he has collaborated with Japan best designers. The design studio Nendo dedicates a exposition to him at the famous Spiral Building of Tokyo with more than 3.000 hats in suspension which express his creative freedom.