I have to share this wonderful German Blog with you: Catherine founder of Hyggelig lives in Berlin, her daily posts are real treasure chests for designers and lifestyle junkies!! Her friday found was so cool, have a look below: Old cinema letters from a german online shop (Freundts based in Hamburg). On the picture the composition in Catherine's bedroom. Wow! Thanks to Catherine and to Freundts! And now I have to compose.... !
She is too cool, I tell you!!! Her blog Pia Jane Bijkerk is so rich and wonderful like an extensive dinner.... Pia works internationally, she has a distinctive eye for forecasting lifestyle trends and a strong knowledge in photographic production. Have a look at her library, kitchen, sound and her artist - studio! I can’t wait to try out the new DIY ideas in 2009...
While midnight shopping ;-) I stumbled across the blog from Karen. A New York girl with so many fantastic connections and founds, really amazing! She describes her blog clothes-pin as a new resource for retailers, highlighting new and independent designers to the contemporary market, and that's not overdone! A little assortment: Cocotte Couture from Barcelona, umbrella dress from Gougoloft and SRD Society for Rational Dress. Thanx to Karen!!
I found NADEJDA and her wonderful blog PAN-DAN two weeks ago. Her feelings for new inspirations, colours and products are fantastic! In Switzerland the fixed expression is, the girl with the golden hand ! Just perfect! ( And for the swiss readers, at the moment she is still in Lugano!!)
I have a backlog with the blog of the week. So, I will change this today!! One of the blogs I read as often I can is a Swiss related blog about trends and style. HOPEHOPE is a really fresh blog!! Two things are specially I think: If something stylish happens in Zurich, HOPEHOPE readers are the first to know about. The other one is the beautiful and inspiring HOPEHOPE MAGAZIN. You can download it here ! Thanx a lot to MARISA!
Yesterday, in the world fantastic web, I found the amazing blog from PAUL LOWE. Today Paul found me and his picture! I didn't knew that the amazing picture right and following is from him, it was one of this www founds, when you think that is really a special trouvaille but there is no author. So, if you want to descent in this beautiful world of visual narration you have to click here and here and here!
Paul, thank you very much for this inspirations!
I want to show you another wonderful dailyread blog BLACK EIFFEL from Rachel! black eiffel, eyes full of my favorite people, places, things and ideas. I think this blog is really personal and inspiring! As Rachel so aptly describes it: Hello. I'm Rachel, welcome to my daily creative outlet. I am constantly looking for things that creatively inspire me. Thank You Rachel!
SWISSMISS is one of those designblogs I read everday since more than 2 years. I can say that I see Tina Roth Eisenberg as my blog role model.. and she addicted me in blogreading and now writing.... She works as a graphic designer in her own designstudio in Brooklyn. I can only say GREAT! Have a look at her blog and studio and enjoy!
For starting the categorie BLOGS I ADORE, I want to present you one of my superfavorite blog: CAMILLA ENGMAN
Last month I bought two prints from Camilla: the yellow lady with the gun and mister black. I am so happy with them, everday they are inspiring me.
For my understanding Camilla is one of the most creative, unconventional and productive illustrator in Europe. Her moodboards I like the most!! So, now I have to stop enthuse me about her, but I am really a big fan. Get an idea of her works and check out her blog: Blog Camilla Engman and her shop Shop Camilla
(Bio: Camilla Engman grew up in a small Swedish town named Trollhättan. This is where she began looking at life from a perspective that most of us see only momentarily, and just a few are able to record. Camilla practised her skills at the Dome Art School and later at the School of Design and Craft, Gothenburg University, where she acquired a Master of Fine Arts degree. Often through animals or people, Camilla’s pictures inspire their audience with a wide range of feelings. Her work has a knack of allowing you to grasp a notion without robbing you of your personal interpretation, regardless of whether it’s an acrylic painting, paper-on-paper or mixed media.Once you’ve seen her work you won’t need to know this, but Camilla has been commissioned by the New York Times, British Columbia Airlines and Walt Disney – to name but a few.)