Blu Dot

21st August 2013

This little guy would look great in any room. I especially love his legs.



Whatiftheworld / Ecstatic Entropy

21st August 2013

John Murray’s Ecstatic Entropy opens at Whatiftheworld Gallery this evening and is on until the 12th October.

His large scale geometric pieces look worth a trip to Woodstock for sure.

David Olenick

21st August 2013

This illustration by David Olenick made me laugh a lot this morning.

(via MMM)

GIF Me A Break

21st August 2013

Si just forwarded me the most awesome Tumblr ever.

Pantone Eggs

19th August 2013

I know we’re not even close to Easter but these Pantone Eggs are so pretty you could make them at any time of the year.

My DIY list is getting longer every day!

(via HowAboutOrange)

Colour Cord

19th August 2013

Be still my neon heart.

If you read my blog a lot, you’ll know I have a thing for pendant lights. Everyone seems to be jumping on the pendent bandwagon – and why not when these lights are so awesome?

Even Yuppiechef has added Muuto’s pendent lights to their site.

While searching for DIY projects for our new flat (we have no ceiling lights on the mezzanine level) I stumbled upon these coloured electrical cords by Color Cord Company and they are currently at #1 my DIY list. My dream of pendent lights in our bedroom may come true after all. Hooray!

I’m just waiting to hear back if they’ll ship outside the US … (fingers crossed!) … and if they do, the dilemma of choosing colours begins!

Laura Jordan

16th August 2013

I saw a print by Laura Jordan through the window of a closed gallery in London one night and loved it from afar.

Her sketchy collages map the political, social and architectural landscape of contemporary London, New York, Hong Kong and Rio de Janeiro and are something quite different, and definitely very cool.

Jed Henry

16th August 2013

I’ve had the tab for Jed Henry’s Rickshaw Cart Woodblock open on Chrome for over a week now.

Backed by Kickstarter, the Ukiyo-e Heroes project is a collab between illustrator Jed Henry and traditional Tokyo woodblock carving studio, David Bull. The materials and techniques used are authentic to those used centuries ago in old Edo.

Amazing (and added to my Christmas/Birthday/Anniversary wishlist).

Signe Yberg

16th August 2013

If only these Ceramic Cups by Signe Yberg came in some funkier colours, they would be winging their way to Cape Town as I type.

Still quite lovely though.

It’s been a while…

16th August 2013

Sorry I’ve been ignoring you guys.

In between working and making plans to move, I’ve been getting a little obsessed over DIY projects for our new place, scouring gumtree for fridges and couches and trying to sort out some personal projects on top of my work work.

I also need to sit down and edit my Namibia photos once and for all.

The list is long my neon friends…but I’m getting there.

Thank you for your lovely patience.

xx erin