Not only are these collages by Natalie Nicklin super amazing + colorful, but you can buy all of her prints right here. I’m sort of obsessed. I’ve been wanting to get my hands on some gorgeous photography so I can make fun prints. I guess I should bust out my camera more, huh??
I’m a fan of The Civil Wars, as a lot of people are. But when I heard their cover of Billie Jean, I fell in love a little more. Give it a listen, eh??
How about these funky + fresh photographs by Laura Allard-Fleischl, huh?? Full of color and fun subject matter that I just cannot get over. It reminds me of the good old days, when I would dress up with friends and go out for photo-shoots. Letting your imagination run wild really is worth it!!
I stumbled upon Rebekah Campbell’s photography the other day and fell in love with her affinity for color + composition. She works in an array of, well, everything. From neutrals to neon pinks, she’s covered it all! They’re all so beautiful – I’d love to live in the world she creates within her lens.
Guess what? I found my new favorite blog! Even the title is adorable : Eat Sleep Cuddle. But here’s the thing … Whitney has such beautiful photography in each and every post, it’s major inspiration. Especially since someday, I’d like to showcase more of my day to day life here on the blog. That means more photography!! Mad props to Whitney, I’m in awe. Definitely head on over to follow along with her, I promise you won’t regret it.
I love how many of Jonathan Marsh’s photographs become quite abstract, depending on the time of day and his focus. Honestly, a lot of really neat color palettes emerge, which I’m totally digging for inspiration myself! They have a muted spring feel, and I like that a lot.
This apartment, located in France, is one of the coolest things I ever did see. Mixed with dark wood, white walls, pops of pink ( of every hue ), and industrial touches, this is one of a kind. I’ve never thought of myself as much of a pink person, but when it’s done right – I go crazy. Just like this one! And that painting … sigh, so good!