French artist Yves Klein – Anthropometry: Princess Helena, 1960. Oil on paper on wood at MOMA. Klein directed the models, covered in blue paint—to make imprints of their bodies on large sheets of paper. I love the movement of the piece and the boldness of the patented International Klein Blue color.
Vale Collective started when founder Stephanie wanted to bring unique and international fashions to a great space taking inspiration from her memories of growing up on Vale Street in London. She has created a concept cafe, event space, and fashion boutique in Williamsburg Brooklyn to service the diverse lifestyles of the area.
Many of the trees in Brooklyn have already blossomed to their peak and shed their flowers, only a few remain.
More pieces from the wonderful exhibit at Alexander Grey Gallery in New York. Hassan Sharif has created works over the past four decades in the United Arab Emirates of conceptual art. The featured image is ‘Cadmium Red, 2014’, mixed media – three repurposed wooden chairs that combines paper maché and red paint. Most of the… Continue reading Hassan Sharif
Swedish designer Sandra Backlund’s piece in the Cooper Hewitt Museum. Dress, from Fall/Winter 2013 Collection – crocheted organic cotton.
Fun store in Soho, New York from Italian luxury brand Moschino.
Eclectic mix at Kinfolk – New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. Retail store (clothing, accessories, quilts, bicycles and more); cafe and nightclub featuring well curated products/brands worth a look.