Antique 1800s Chang and Eng figurines from John Derian.
Squiggles of make-up cut out of magazines, collaged onto watercolor paper by Andy Holden.
Periods in different fonts by Fiona Banner at The Multiple Store:
“The act of arranging and rearranging them enacts a silent conversation.”
The most amazing writing desks by Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne via the great exposition. ALSO: Writing desk that belonged to Yves Saint Laurent via Christie’s. I’ve blogged about YSL’s Lalanne-designed dove chairs before.
Finally whittled down my glasses to: sunnies that make me look like I have big, clear cartoon eyebrows (vintage Korean), sparkly seafoam reading glasses (vintage German), super-flat cat eyes (from Japan). It’s all I need, for now.
There’s nothing prettier than not wanting to look pretty. Face distorting jewelry by Burcu Buyukunal via Arthur Hash.
Via artnet. ALSO: Speech bubble mylar balloons via Gramatologica.
By Joel Lardner via Postcard Exhibition.
Pencil drawings of the moon by Denice Bartels at PYO Gallery.
In my dreams, I look like this in baggy sweaters and not like a slob. Margaret Howell F/W 2010 – 2011 via Mary Caple via Anyone, Girl via Fashion Copious.