REL

- and the things that leave me feeling rella good -
Though it may be over 100 years late, I have uncovered some supporting evidence for Thorstein Veblen & Georg Simmel’s Trickle-Down theory… Colour Blocking has reached the Animal Kingdom!
[Strange Planet Animals by thegoodmachinery].

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Though it may be over 100 years late, I have uncovered some supporting evidence for Thorstein Veblen & Georg Simmel’s Trickle-Down theory… Colour Blocking has reached the Animal Kingdom!

[Strange Planet Animals by thegoodmachinery].


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If you’re looking to eradicate unwanted facial blemishes, forget expensive skin treatments and look straight to BEVEL NYC by Jonathan Lloyd Goldstein. This mask rivals cosmetic cover-ups more fiercely than anything before, and is by far a more exciting investment. Soon the only shine on your visage will seem to come from this glittering gold guise.
Photography and Art Direction by Char Alfonzo.
Via Fucking Young!

If you’re looking to eradicate unwanted facial blemishes, forget expensive skin treatments and look straight to BEVEL NYC by Jonathan Lloyd Goldstein. This mask rivals cosmetic cover-ups more fiercely than anything before, and is by far a more exciting investment. Soon the only shine on your visage will seem to come from this glittering gold guise.

Photography and Art Direction by Char Alfonzo.

Via Fucking Young!

Oh! To have my own library! This wistful illustration by Scottish talent KT Smail makes me pine for my life-long dream of having une bibliothèque all to myself.
My ideal existence would be incomplete without one. I envisage towering shelves boasting beautiful spines: a prized collection of bound hallucinatory words, and archives of visual wonder. Novels, design books, fashion magazines. Long ladders on casters that tickle the ceiling as they glide across the walls… yes, yes, please.
I wish to own a stationery set emblazoned with ‘EX LIBRIS REL’ - that is, From the Library of Rel - for I shall use my precious library as a space to pen my most important letters.

Via What Katie Does.

Oh! To have my own library! This wistful illustration by Scottish talent KT Smail makes me pine for my life-long dream of having une bibliothèque all to myself.

My ideal existence would be incomplete without one. I envisage towering shelves boasting beautiful spines: a prized collection of bound hallucinatory words, and archives of visual wonder. Novels, design books, fashion magazines. Long ladders on casters that tickle the ceiling as they glide across the walls… yes, yes, please.

I wish to own a stationery set emblazoned with ‘EX LIBRIS REL’ - that is, From the Library of Rel - for I shall use my precious library as a space to pen my most important letters.

Via What Katie Does.

This is how knuckle-dusting should be done!

Via ffffound.

This is how knuckle-dusting should be done!

Via ffffound.

Andrew Yang - so mysterious, so intriguing. What talent!

I wish the gentle whir whir whir of my own little sewing machine was a precursor to the birth of such beautifully haunting little creatures.

Produced for JOYCE boutique, Hong Kong by Neon Lighthouse.

Via Vimeo.

The first thing that caught my eye in the New York Times this morning: “a diamond-studded wire saw operated by a robot…” Amazing! My mind is running wild picturing eerie slow-mo ultra-luxe battle scene sequences.

An Anna Piaggi in the making if I ever saw one - just hand him the lipstick!
Lovely pencil-y, gouache-y softness by Sydney-based illustrator Kareena Zerefos.

Via Kareena.

An Anna Piaggi in the making if I ever saw one - just hand him the lipstick!

Lovely pencil-y, gouache-y softness by Sydney-based illustrator Kareena Zerefos.

Via Kareena.

Redheads are so hot right now. Of the Marchesa Luisa Casati, Augustus John said that the fiercely exotic creature “should be shot, stuffed and displayed in a glass case”.
I’m not one for firearms, but any woman who paints their servants gold definitely deserves permanent residence in the living world, in my opinion…

Via Fascinating People.

Redheads are so hot right now. Of the Marchesa Luisa Casati, Augustus John said that the fiercely exotic creature “should be shot, stuffed and displayed in a glass case”.

I’m not one for firearms, but any woman who paints their servants gold definitely deserves permanent residence in the living world, in my opinion…

Via Fascinating People.

Such a possessed expression is so nicely cohesive with a garment so bulbous.
Andrew Yang’s LANVIN doll, commissioned by The Block.
Clever boy.

Via The Block.

Such a possessed expression is so nicely cohesive with a garment so bulbous.

Andrew Yang’s LANVIN doll, commissioned by The Block.

Clever boy.

Via The Block.

As if I’m not already feeling the travel bug badly enough!I feel that this Dunhill luggage is an essential accompaniment to any near-future travel… procuration-plan-devising commences now. This is a full-scale operation.
Fun Fact: These are inspired by the wood and metal travel trunks that were used in the 19th Century by affluent cruise-takers… the aluminium makes them just a little more practical!

Via Design You Trust.

As if I’m not already feeling the travel bug badly enough!
I feel that this Dunhill luggage is an essential accompaniment to any near-future travel… procuration-plan-devising commences now. This is a full-scale operation.

Fun Fact: These are inspired by the wood and metal travel trunks that were used in the 19th Century by affluent cruise-takers… the aluminium makes them just a little more practical!

Via Design You Trust.

In my mind, this is a giant-girl. The tiny people use her hair as a climbing wall. She charges them a small fee, to fund her secret love of bottled insects.

Via Ecouterre.

In my mind, this is a giant-girl. The tiny people use her hair as a climbing wall. She charges them a small fee, to fund her secret love of bottled insects.

Via Ecouterre.

An easy solution to the fur debate - letting them live!

Image via Little Lost Love.

An easy solution to the fur debate - letting them live!

Image via Little Lost Love.