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Author Archives: Camila Faria
Because today we deserve a good dose of cuteness! ♥ 1. So tiny and so sweet, lovely pic by these are only words. 2. Licking fox, this picture by Julie Milne won second place in the 2013 Mammal Society photographer of the year … Continue lendo
You know when sometimes you find someone whose work touches you deep inside the soul? That’s what happened when I saw Fumi Koike‘s artwork. I am completely in love and dreaming with one of her paintings here in my house. … Continue lendo
Corfú is a cute zine for children, created by spanish illustrator Abel Jiménez and inspired by the “Corfu Trilogy” by Gerald Durrell. I think this zine culture is very cool and I wish I could see it more here in Rio. … Continue lendo
I have a huge crush on these Dawid Ryski posters for a while. Especially now that I just moved and still have a lot of empty walls. Aren’t they gorgeous (and so original)? ∴ info ∴ Dawid Ryski portfolio, blog & … Continue lendo
Today I’m longing for a Adidas Gazelle OG, gray and pink. Lovely, isn’t? ♥ ∴ info ∴ Adidas website. Via gravitypope.
Lola Versus (dir. Daryl Wein, 2012) Another young-woman-searching-for-herself movie, that’s so in these days. It’s a nice movie, but I would recommend Frances Ha instead, with the same protagonist (the independent directors favorite Greta Gerwig) and a very similar central plot. The highlight … Continue lendo
I think Jordan Clark‘s collage work is pretty amazing. He plays with digital and paper collages, creating a very kaleidoscopic and interesting view of the world. ∴ info ∴ Jordan Clark website & flickr.
What a lovely idea to make – and to gift – this holiday: fabric-covered wooden spoons! There’s a tutorial explaining how to make them here (but you can tell it has no mystery, right?). I wanna know who is going … Continue lendo
With the holidays now approaching we begin to think of a few beautiful ways to set the table, right? Look at this lovely and simple idea: herbs as centerpieces! The best part is that they can be used later in … Continue lendo