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Love these vases of Sardinian brand Pretziada.
The owners, Ivano and Kyre, are a couple as well as two creatives with a background in set design, creativedirection and visual art. In January 2015 they moved to Santadi, Sardinia, to start Pretziada, a projectabout the Island and its treasures.
For more, visit the Pretziada website
Love these images of photographer Stephen Shore. Shore has a major retrospective at Huis Marseille in Amsterdam.
Visit Huis Marseille’s website
Love the big layered text sculptures of Belgian artist Thomas Gromas.
There is always a better place, a better thing according to Gromas. He pursues the fake reality, the manipulated environment and the artificial life. The repetition of words is a way to emphasize the idea behind it.
Love these shoes fmade by sustainable shoe company Brother Vellies.
Brother Vellies enlists the help of African artisans and recycled materials to craft its chic takes on traditional footwear.
Look what American artist Amy Santoferraro did with the hundreds of BBs that kids shoot each other with in her backyard.
Lovely show on view of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s recent sculptures, mirror room installations and paintings at Victoria Miro in London. The 87-year-old Japanese artist has always had a thing for pumpkins; they have been a recurring theme in her work since the 1940s, unsurprising as her family cultivated seeds for a living.
*For more information, visit the Victoria Miro website
Or check Kusama’s Official Site
Love the hotel Saint Marc. Never knew that windowdressing can be so powerful.
*Go to the website of Saint Marc
Love this wallpaper “Waynetopia” by Flavor Paper and artist Wayne White.
White says this about it:
This is a mural I painted on the walls of my dining room. I wanted to capture the elegance and fantasy of 19th century murals and wallpaper and the fun of taking a trip. I love painting the landscape and then stepping into that world, if only with my eyes. Welcome to Waynetopia. Wayne White
*Go to the official White website here
Love Ugo Rondinone’s latest land art project: seven stacks of Nevada limestone boulders adorned with fluorescent hues!
Fashion house Versace recently introduced its new home collection.
It’s a must-have for anybody that wants their house to look like a gaudy Palace of Versailles. And we love the colors.
Check official website here.
Love these pictures. Real Food celebrates all things food through the eyes of the renowned British photographer Martin Parr.
*Go here to the website of Martin Parr
Easkey Britton has ridden swells across the globe, from her native Ireland to Tahiti. But in 2010, she jetted to lesser-known waters off the southeast coast of Iran. After hearing there might be surfable waves there, Britton and her friend Marion Poizeau, a filmmaker, headed to Baluchistan. After Poizeau posted a video of Britton’s ride online, demand for surfing in Iran led the duo to found Waves of Freedom, a nonprofit that helps empower girls and women through the sport.
We love it!
*More of Bee on: oliviabee.com
Salmon Creek Farm is located two miles from California’s Mendocino coast in Albion, on 35 acres of mostly second-growth redwoods.
It was established in 1971 as a commune by a group of young people looking for something else, craving more than what mainstream culture was offering them. This commune, along with many others in this region at the time, grew out of the student protest culture of the late 60’s.
One by one the original communards moved away – three of whom settled on three sides of the property – until an official closing ceremony was held in 2012. With its purchase by artist Fritz Haeg in November 2014, Salmon Creek Farm starts a new chapter as a long-term art project shaped by many hands, a new sort of commune-farm-homestead-sanctuary-school hybrid. It continues as a place to take a step back from contemporary urban society for an extended community contributing to it’s revival and shaping it’s future.
Going Off the Grid in California
The artist Fritz Haeg’s latest project at Salmon Creek Farm is a celebration of communal life.