Tuesday 13 November 2012

Flowers by Hans Blomquist

 

Style crush on Hans Blomquist :: Swedish stylist, art-director and buy levitra in canada author of “The Natural Home”. Hans has directed campaigns for Ikea, Harrods, H&M and Monoprix. His book The Natural Home explores his love of nature and display.

Flowers celebrate the beauty of nature and the non prescription cialis cycles of the natural world.

{Images: agent bauer via 79 Ideas}

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Tuesday 13 November 2012

a very valentino halloween

 

Bows, feathers and lace :: the dark allure and beauty of Valentino

. . . I just saw this post on This is Glamorous ~ even though Halloween has passed I couldn’t resist sharing it, AND A White Carousel was credited too.

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{Image sources & credits : bella bella boutiquea white carouselthe terrier and the lobsterstyle.com via This is Glamorous}

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Monday 12 November 2012

Orange and how to buy viagra Grey :: Dietlind Wolf

 

Calendulas bright orange for grey days. 

I have just discovered the stunning work of  stylist Dietlind Wolf! Based in Hamburg, Germany, this food-centric blogger creates food porn unlike any other. Her passion for visual design and concept prop styling inspire her arrangements, capturing the five senses in just one shot.  In this photo shoot, published in the autumn issue of Sweet Paul Magazine, Dietlind plays with the warm orange colors of the calendula.

 To discover more of Dietlind Wolf work, visit her blogs here & here. She is also the maker of pretty porcelain things ~ so talented!
{Images and styling: dietlind wolf via 79 Ideas}

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Monday 12 November 2012

Happy Monday Beautiful People

 

Today is a new day and new opportunities.

What changes will you be making? They dont have to be massive…

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Sunday 11 November 2012

swinging gorgeously into next week…

 

After a lovely few days away with DeLovely, I’m still a bit floaty knowing that I have tomorrow off work as well… too much bliss channelling the 50′s!

{Image: 1959 via Vintage Now}

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Sunday 11 November 2012

dreamy beach escape

 

Time out ~ I went with the flow this weekend and experienced ‘The Hang”, lazing around QT at the guaranteed cheapest lexapro Gold Coast, fifties style with T…

All very groovey despite the cloudy weather ~ the sun shone through with the homemade lemonade in our room on arrival!

{Images: 1 & 3 Mini Mocha; 2 Vintage Now; 4 & 5 QT Hotel}

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Sunday 11 November 2012

very dreamy Sunday!

 

The sun peeped through the clouds, beaconing us to the beach!

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Thursday 8 November 2012

human flower art

 

Look closely, these stunning digital photography art composed entirely of nude human beings.

Artist Cecelia Webber utilizes the human body to create beautiful works of art that depict plant and flower forms.

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Cecelia Webber was born in a forest town of only 1,500 people and buy diflucan canadian pharmacy spent much of her childhood in fields catching orange salamanders. She was a shy, socially awkward child who enjoyed reading and spent hours searching for small fairy creatures in abandoned maple sugar huts and dilapidated stonewalls. Oddly enough, as she grew older the world grew stranger and stranger.

Questions revolved about in her head, knocking down reality’s framework with the force of bowling balls: Why are we made to feel so ashamed of the human body in Western culture and so much of the rest of the world? Isn’t the body a beautiful, wonderful thing, deserving nothing less than to be celebrated? As her thoughts continued to evolve, Cecelia alighted upon a petal in her mind, a new-found platform from which she could quietly challenge the status quo: she created a digital image of a flower constructed entirely from photographs of the naked human body.

Thus commenced her journey as a professional artist, as she continued to grow her Petal series, develop her impressionist and modernist paintings, dance vivaciously in her own fan-made music videos and experimental films, and even eke out a quirky, existentialist webcomic, while of course still setting aside the majority of each day to chase orange salamanders and generic viagra pills canada other fairy creatures.  Illusion

Sadly these images are often falsely credited to IRP Group and were stolen from the artist, Cecelia Webber, by the Iranian Progressive Group (IRP-Group)! Check her site, Cecelia Webber.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

{Images: Digital art by Cecelia Webber}

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Tuesday 6 November 2012

The runway star, Julia Nobis

 

The runway star, Julia Nobis (she conquered the Spring Summer 2012 and Fall Winter 2012 season as the model who walked the most runways!), was photographed by Benny Horne in Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, with horse racing sensation, Black Caviar, for the December 2012 cover of Vogue Australia.

The Australian born model is wearing a black and gold Resort 2013 dress from Alexander McQueen on the cover.

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Tuesday 6 November 2012

Black Caviar becomes a covergirl

 

Dazzling beauty and horse racing sensation Black Caviar graces the cover of Vogue Australia, making cover girl history! She’s the fastest racehorse in the world, and Australia’s most beloved sports star, and it’s the first time in the magazine’s 53-year history that a horse will appear on the cover.

 

Black Caviar (known at home as “Nelly”) was photographed by young Australian photographer Benny Horne in the foothills of the Dandenongs in a purpose-built outdoor studio alongside the thoroughbred of Australian modelling, Julia Nobis.

Weighing 570 kilograms and standing 16.2 hands, the statuesque bay mare is not our every-day cover girl, yet she is undeniably beautiful. No doubt she’d rather have been galloping down the straight at Flemington or Randwick than standing in a paddock, but she was on her best behaviour while posing with internationally renowned model Julia Nobis for photographer Benny Horne. The history-making mare is undefeated in 22 races.

{Images: Photographer Benny Horne and how to get cialis without prescription model Julia Nobis for VOGUE Australia’s December issue.}

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