Kim Keever

26th September 2014

I’ll leave you with these beautiful images over the weekend.

Kim Keever’s Abstract series is just divine.

I would absolutely love one for our wall.

(via It’s Complicated)


Balloon Rock ‘n Roll

21st November 2013

I know it’s been a bit quiet on BTN this week, but hopefully this beautiful timelapse will make up for it.

How amazing are hot air balloons?

(via SwissMiss)

Whitney Museum

5th June 2013

This Wired article about New York’s Whitney Museum logo redesign is an interesting read.

I love it’s flexibility (the W is responsive), it’s simplicity, and that it took 2 years to complete.

Because you just can’t rush these things you know.

Takashi Murakami / Fate

4th June 2013

Fate by Takashi Murakami.

Wall mounted for the recently ended Arhat exhibition at Blum & Poe in LA, the piece is made with Platinum leaf on carbon fiber and is one of 3.

Fingers crossed we win the lottery tonight – I feel as though this sculpture was made for me.

Christopher Wool

3rd June 2013

Untitled, (You Make Me) by Christopher Wool.

I bought this postcard from the Tate Modern Shop yesterday and it made me happy.

John Eng Cheng

15th May 2013

John Eng Cheng is a LA based artist and designer who uses motifs from nature, heritage, pop-culture (pokémon anyone?) and religion to create surreal illustrations and paintings about life and relationships.

I really love this Four Winds piece … too bad I missed the chance to win it as a print giveaway!

Check out more of his work here.

(Thanks Anita)