This poster by Phillip Low caught my eye because it suits the particular aesthetic I am into right now – pared down and geometric.
You know I really love something when I take time to screen grab images off a Flash-based website: Sandro Spring 2011.
Yes, I miss L.A. immensely and at times wonder why I had to move at such a time when the creative energy is so vibrant and only emerging there, especially in downtown. The much-anticipated Art in the Streets exhibition kicked off at MOCA last weekend, featuring the work of graffiti and street artists around the U.S. Levi’s Film Workshop is also being held at the museum, and Juxatoz Magazine’s current issue is all about said exhibition.
To live and die in L.A. It’s the place to be.
I am having a lot of fun updating the Tumblr, so follow there for more frequent updates. I recently fell in love with Pat Ramos‘ photography. So soft and feminine, but with a dash of daring to ground it from looking too dreamy. And this particular light neutral shade is defining a springtime that is yet to come in my neck of the woods.
I think I’ve eaten a donut for every day that I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest, even though I never ate donuts down in L.A., so the packaging for J Dilla’s Donut Shop by Studio Number One resonates with me right at the moment.
Those too-twee stop motion animation pieces reached saturation point last year, but I think the pink February film from Kate Spade’s Live Colorfully campaign, by Part and Parcel, is adorable and speaks to the my bookish side.
Pleated skirts long and short make an appearance in Who What Wear’s latest editorial, Pink About It. I love the fresh combination of light neutrals, poppy pinks, and taupes.