Long and exaggerated bodies, the definition of fashion illustrations, but a new name to the Illustrators roster Elena Sofia Tinis, gives her figures a little more attitude in the eyes, noses and butts! Good way to stand out and create a signature look! Can wait to see Tinis do a makeup campaign.
Someone has read my mind, after all these years of praying for it, and putting it out there, two of my favorite things have been put together, literally! Now this is where things could get a bit tricky, especially for a combo request like food and accessories. You have to be specific or else you never know what you’ll get in return.
These bags are how I’ll keep the healthy stuff close by from day to night! May also have a problem with people trying to steal my food.
I will happily but these boots into my mouth and keep it moving. Much better than putting it where the sun doesn’t shine.
For my chic dare devil friends. You can eat, and be safe at the same time. Don’t have to do anything, just let the watermelon juice drip down.
OMG, a man after my own heart. Are those jelly beans, oh and a caramel swirl! You do love me! I do I do I do.
These photos plus many more are from Fulvio Bonavia’s latest book Fulvio Bonavia: “Matter of Taste” It’s full of creations made with natural and edible elements.
That’s my kind of pool, thanks Mr. Erlich for allowing me to do a couple of laps without messing my hair.
Leandro Erlich, is an Argentinean who describes himself as a Home Depot Junkie. This name suits him since most of his art installations are named after typical rooms or parts of a house, but don’t worry, this artist is no bore with his creations. If you ever saw some of Leandro’s work around the world, you’ll know that you can never get the look he creates from Home Depot or any other hardware store!
Only the best from Chanel! Produced exclusively for Assouline by Chanel, this luxe slipcase is made of genuine black quilted leather and adorned with a metal Chanel logo. The slipcase includes 3 memoires celebrating Gabrielle Chanel’s revolutionary style: Chanel Fashion, Chanel Fine Jewelry, and Chanel Perfume.
Imagine one day you buy some furniture from IKEA, open the box and there are no instructions… You then decide to take matters into your own hands and create something completely different from the image on the IKEA box. What you your original piece look like? Designer, Kenyon Yeh, did just that.
Kenyon assembled the pieces from a standard IKEA flat pack, customizing each piece to fit his own personal taste. He says, “The process is liberating and brings a limitless attitude of possibility to the flat pack market.”
All the objects that our dogs love chewing on, have come back to haunt them. Buttons, broken toys, clothes pegs, plus other recycled plastic items – on wood. All of these materials are used by UK-based artist Robert Bradford to create these colorful puppy sculptures.
Sarah Williams, a graduate student from London College of Fashion, decided that her MA project will be somewhat of a space saver for all corners and every angle. The project untitled “Crafted Fashion” is a beautifully, innovatively designed luggage collection that goes against the grain.
Let’s see you try to fit one of these pieces in the overhead compartment. To purchase one of Williams’ bespoke pieces or to just browse visit www.williams-hamdmade.com