Ohhh double exposure, how I love you. The thing is, you never really know what you’re going to get. Sure, you can see how two different areas would share similar things like shape + color, but when they come together finally, it’s really something special. Hana Haley’s work is no exception! Check it.
H&M has a home + lifestyle line … just not in the states yet. But that doesn’t mean I can’t swoon over their simple aesthetics. From chevron to simple white sheets, they’ve really got it going on! Plus, I really do like how they styled their photographs. That was a major plus! You can browse through more of their selections right here. Enjoy!
It’s official. I have the travel bug. You know, it’s almost march and up here in Minnesota … it’ll still be cold for awhile! Ugh. After several months of bundling up and long days of work, I’m ready for a little vacation. I’ll be heading down to Arizona in a few months, which can’t come soon enough!
But in the means time, can we talk about how awesome airbnb is!? For those of you who haven’t heard about it, watch this video. It’s basically a neat way to find homes to stay in on vacation, instead of the usual hotels + resorts. It’s a nice change! These images were taken from their top 40 list, which includes some down right amazing places. I mean, you can stay the night on the beach in a VW campervan. Where else can you do that?
Amazing designs for airbnb are by the talented Kelli Anderson.
Such cool collaging + drawing techniques done by Eva Vermeiren. They’re purposefully chaotic, yet controlled with color. Speaking of color, how about that full page of coral? I have some serious love for that shade, so I couldn’t help but include it here!!
The illustration of Chris Silas Neal is plain old quirky. And fun. And colorful. I mean, I love the fact that the guy in the second image is completely upside down. You just never know what you’re going to get, and that’s what makes Chris’ work so exciting!
Mads Burcharth is a Scandinavian “type-obsessed” designer from Denmark. And boy oh boy am I inspired by his work, which is simplistic in form, while keeping it’s own character in tact. Here are some of my favorite type / illustrations from his portfolio! But in all honesty, I’m digging everything.
These photo collages by Christian Conlh make my heart so happy. Faded / foggy neutral toned photographs paired with BRIGHT and bold geometric shapes. It’s the kind of funky that I love and would totally hang on my walls.
Now these are just … sweet. Julien Pacaud does a lot of editorial work with a vintage / retro twist. By cutting up older imagery and placing it in mod spaces, these unreal sceneries come to life! Imagine walking around in one of these spaces where sizing is a little off, while colors are as bright as can be! Very unrealistically amazing.