Showing posts with label design. Show all posts
Showing posts with label design. Show all posts

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Moodboard of Locations, Decor & Ideas


cabin and small spaces

sea therapy

high reading

pool and views 

camping companions 

neutral love

grogeous colours


waterfalls in Greece!

kitchen views

Spirit Pine, California

Glen Beach, Cape Town (that's me and Lorenzo)

                                          Mainly a collection of screenshots from instagram. :)

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Refashioning Manoula's Dress

I am refashioning my mom's dress for the love revolution festival wedding we are soon to be planning for next year.  I am going to see the dress soon and wear it with such pleasure- restructuring it with Ronel's help. Here is a picture of the detail, the hand beaded parts my mom did for her wedding in 1969.  Today is my parent's anniversary.  It was a Priscilla gown, she explains to me.  Whatever it is, I will love to use it's vintage allure. I can't wait to see how it evolves into a three-in-one gown of beautiful feminine love and powah.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Happy People on the Bus

The wheels on the bus go round and round, all through this town.  I snagged this picture of Bookface cause it made me smile.  I love when signs can be canvases.  I don't know where this is but me gusta.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Imported from Detroit

"This is what we do"

  Make cars?

Detroit is more than just a Motor City.  
 Imagine Metro-Detroit urban sprawl contracted back towards the center?
How would it grow?
Would we build it up with auto tire building material?
Would it become Tire city? Earthship City?  A prized example of environmental design?
Will the Motor City continue to progress by using old practices or innovating new ones?

This picture was taken July 2010: Heidelberg Project, Detroit

Detroit City has more features to build upon than Eminem, Fox Theatre and Chrysler Commercials.  There is room to define "This is what we do" and there are images from Detriot that will be shared to provoke positive questions and a redefinition of Detroit.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Joy and Chaos with MP3 experiment

 Improv Everywhere comes to Cape Town, ZA

Balloon battles, and random high-fives.  Peeps got an afternoon of random spontaneity with a lesson in listening in the Bay of sunglasses, six-packs and pouty lips.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

It's Recess Time at the MOMA PS1, Long Island City, New York City

PS1 outside: an urban beach and inside out playpen 

William Kentridge's Zuma's shower head in the halls of PS1
 Last summer, My friend Claire took me to PS1, Long Island City. It was a rocking party and took you back to the feeling of being at school recess, but this time with beer tents, art and DJ's.
This pool installation fits the perfect vibe for my PS1 'student' school activities. Swim class without the swimming costume.
In Cape Town, the Design Indaba is happening and I can't wait to see all the innovative design projects that are being shared with the public for the first time! I didn't get the chance to dip into Erlich's pool but I love the interactivity it welcomes to the creative playground.
floor of baseball bats

playground love groove

classic PS1 classmate at recess

Leandro Erlich’s installation “Swimming Pool” at MOMA PS1, New York City.
Source: via Athena on Pinterest 


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