The art and skill of vintage cover art. When covers were just as intriguing as the words housed inside. -tM
I have always found it interesting to listen to what guides a person. Some turn to God, others to fortune tellers, dreamers interpret dreams, while others look for signs. Then there are those who go inward, connecting to their intuition.
Destiny and free will are the two major stake holders in what we choose to believe in and in turn how we choose to live our lives. We are endlessly looking for answers, in hope and in solution. -tM
This video still makes me laugh. And from time to time I still find myself singing the chorus. It’s a song once hearing, that you can never really walk away from. Yet another nostalgic moment and a reminder that fish heads are incredibly versatile. -tM
People will always judge, and they will never mind their own business. The masses will always have a need to react sanctimoniously. The key is being confident enough in oneself to not give a shit. -tM
This is a the way to use accents of colour to anchor a room. I love the way this space is peppered with red, from floor to feature walls. There is such purpose in this design. Money has nothing to do with taste, style or design. Cuba and its people have a beautiful way of expressing just that. -tM
Photo found at: Samo Tako, Tako, Tako… Link to source below.
“Night does not show things, it suggests them. It disturbs and surprises us with its strangeness. It liberates forces within us which are dominated by our reason during the daytime.” - Brassai
Photography: Brassai | Paris, 1930’s
I have always appreciated her punk rock roots in design, and attitude. -tM
The more the world becomes fascinated with a life unobtainable, the more I gravitate toward its truth and actuality. Beauty, for me, exists simply. Its presence can be found in the space that life creates. -tM
Photography: Jamie Hawkesworth
Take time to observe the movement in life. Movement is life. Life is a process. -tM
Photography: 1. Unknown; 2. Unknown; 3. Habie Schwarz
The beauty of repetition in art and design, meditative in quality and eloquent in its tone, it raises our consciousness and takes us higher. -tM
“…but friendship has something I hope love has too: respect for others’ freedom. It’s not possessive.” -Éric Rohmer
Here are to those walks, those drives, those moments shared that seem to go nowhere but touch you everywhere, where words catch flight, pulsing further away but nearer still. -tM
Athens-based filmmaker Thanasis Tsimpinis’s poetic portrait of two lovers—entwined with a story about a deer.
We should all be able to recognize ourselves in the other, and be kind to all forms of life. -tM
One of the most beautiful paintings I have ever come across of Icarus. Icarus: lessons in complacency and hubris. Balance is always the goal. -tM
Ethereal, mysterious, and sexy. The Gabriel Chandelier designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec as a contemporary source of light and focal point for the Palace Versailles has become the first permanent contemporary installation in the space.
I find it incredibly sensual. Light changes the way you see and feel things. The room almost becomes naked with the permanence of this installation, showing off its curves and lines in the most elegant of ways. -tM
Award winning architecture. Where to you get in touch with your personal Jesus/God? -tM
p.s. I find it interesting that in our culture ribbons commemorate, are symbols of remembrance and solidarity, I wonder if that is why he chose the ribbon as recognition of a higher force.