Tuesday, 24 May 2011
A very cute outfit given to Lily by a good friend - a Dala horse print babygro by Rosie Wonders. She didn't realise how much I LOVE horses (and all my attempts at persuading my baby to love them too, even at 6 months old!) and it fits in perfectly with the wooden ones I picked up in Copenhagen and Stockholm.
Monday, 23 May 2011
Wednesday, 18 May 2011
I can't believe how fast the time has gone. My baby is growing up and suddenly I have a six month old with two teeth, a love of pear, prune and cauliflower (?), and almost perfect balance when sitting up.
I have added a new plate to my collection....not quite as nice as Ninainvorm's custom made name plates that I have on my wish list, but just a little something made by me to celebrate the birth of my baby girl.
Monday, 16 May 2011
Sunday, 15 May 2011
Some gorgeous stationery from Present&Correct (again...I love their stuff so much!) that I bought for a friends birthday a while ago and couldn't help taking a few shots of. I absolutely love the Skandi bird print writing paper and acorn envelopes that were sourced in Japan.
Friday, 13 May 2011
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Friday, 6 May 2011
I love all things bird-related, and have realised that my flat is slowly filling up with images, screenprints, postcards, books and mobiles of them. I was so excited to come across these extraordinary paintings yesterday (thanks Present&Correct!) by Maurizio Bongiovanni.
The group of paintings, titled 'Bird Rib', aim to "question the effect that the 'digitalization' is taking in the panorama view, re-marking the boundaries of the relationship between nature and technological process". (excerpt and all images taken from his Flickr page)
Thursday, 5 May 2011
Seeing this book again brought back lots of happy childhood memories. Richard Scarry is one of my favourite children's illustrators with his quirky characters and attention to detail. Published by Collins, this is the first edition of 'Richard Scarry's Animal Nursery Tales' from 1975.
Monday, 2 May 2011
Surreal sights as beautiful old vintage vehicles drove down our road yesterday morning - the start of the London to Brighton run that sees around 200 commercial vehicles from the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society attempt the trip to the coast to win trophies and show off their sparkly metal detailing and brightly coloured paintwork. I took SO many photos so expect a few more posts that focus on shape, colour, graphics and type.