Stumbled across this amazing jewelry made from colored pencils by designer Maria Cristina Bellucci. LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! Now I want to go home and gather my Prismacolors and make something. Perhaps if I cluster them together, close my eyes, tap my heels, and make a wish they will turn into something as beautiful as these.
Friday, April 18, 2014
Love this! Wish I were on the east coast to participate. Spring has sprung in NYC with the 2014 edition of the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt.This year the event is showcasing some of NYC’s most renowned street artists and Tattooists together with their global counterparts within ‘The Street Art Collection’ and Artists such as Jeff Koons and Tracy Emin exhibit their creations alongside fashion designers, photographers, and other inspirational creatives. Check out more of the eggy exhibits, and ponder the possibility of owning one of these unique masterpieces here.
at 12:49 PM Posted by The Trend Spot
I came across this saying while perusing Apartment Therapy and it stopped me in my tracks. Literally. It's not a new concept. Heck, I've read it many times before and heard it said to me on more than one occasion. But for some reason, today it stopped me. Do what you love every day. It makes me question how I use my time, my words, my energy... Do I do what I love even once a week? Once a month? And what is it that I truly love to do? Is this about my job or does it refer to my entire mindset about even the little things I do? And why did this commonly known phrase have such an impact on me today? I need to take a deep breath and meditate on this because when something you've seen a thousand times stops you and speaks to you, you must find out why.
at 12:14 PM Posted by The Trend Spot
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Friday, April 11, 2014
Eggs created using rubber cement and dye
Metallic finish eggs
Eggs drizzled with butter and dyed for a mottled look
Ombre dyed eggs
Striped and plaid eggs using tape
Fabric strips adhered to plastic eggs
Crayon remnants melted and dripped on eggs
See more inspiration for creating artful eggs for Easter.
at 11:17 AM Posted by The Trend Spot
Monday, April 7, 2014
Crowd shots from the Paris Fashion Show in April 2014 show the trend of faces on clothing. The video details fashion as wearable art from the designers presenting at the show.
Source: The New York Times/Style/Bill Cunningham: On the Street At Face Value