Hello, I think that in 2010 I bit off more than I cared to chew. So if you want to find me, please go to my first blog: This Time Now
These are my scrambled words courtesy of Wordle. Interesting.
Create your own and see what you come up with.
Get into this: Anna Fabo
As you may or may not know, I am currently living, working and thriving in Seoul, South Korea.
I am the author and photographer of this blog and I feel that I cannot handle two blogs. Well, to be more honest, I do not wish to split myself in two (writing for this one and This Time in Seoul).
I have some important projects that I want to focus on, give all of my spare time and energy to.
I know what I must do but I’ll keep it light this Friday.
Anyone who has the intelligence to be inspired and uplifted then and now by Eartha Kitt is worth paying attention to.
I can hardly wait to wear my own trench coat here in the streets of Seoul, complete with headscarves of every hue.
Bravo to Aquascutum and their lovely ad both then and now.
Click here to see the video shot once again in Trafalgar Square.
For some reason this emblem/statue makes me want to laugh every time I pass it by. Amidst all the grey, here’s this huge wheel smack dab in the middle of the sidewalk.
Categories: Furniture, People
Isn’t wonderful how everyday you have the opportunity to learn something new everyday.
I was in Hongdae last week and had to stop and visit Mr. Kim at the Design Museum. To my luck he was actually in and nothing had actually changed inside my favorite cafe in Seoul, except… There was a new piece of furniture tucked away but coyly on display. I was attracted by the caramel colored leather and the curves, oh the curves!
Joe Colombo was one of Italy’s “most influential furniture product designers”. I will investigate further as I need to take the time to not only shoot interesting design but learn about the designer him or herself. His life was brief, he died at the tender age of 41 but nevertheless made something of his life here. He produced. He made his thoughts and ideas concrete, tangible.
I may be more impressed with his life than with the making of this chair. That’s what it comes down to in the end. The chair, named after his wife, was and still is an unconventional beauty.
Elda Chair sketch found via Designboom