Tag Archive: photography

In the nick of time

I’ve been wanting to see Juergen Teller’s Woo! exhibition for longer than I can remember. I finally made my way over there last Saturday, on the show’s penultimate day. When I got there I was… Continue reading

“Sometimes love isn’t firecrackers, sometimes love just comes softly”

The focus of my recent admiration has been well and truly honed in on one brand and hush now, don’t tell anyone, please, but it’s a wedding brand – The Lane. It’s their… Continue reading

Loved for an altogether different reason

There is no nook, no space, where one can’t find inspiration. Sometimes I find myself drifting off – years down the line I’m still the ‘daydreamer’ school teachers reprimanded me for being. Midst… Continue reading

Icons and inspiration

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about icons. Not necessarily those pivotal figures like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn – whom without a doubt, are indeed icons – but more-so photographs, items –… Continue reading

Walking is for jerks

…at least according to Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi. I spotted her inspirational work over on My Modern Met (thanks for sharing, folks) and couldn’t resist from adding a note or two myself. Natsumi… Continue reading