“Shou sugi ban,, the age-old Japanese practice of torching wood to fireproof it, has gone global.”
James Bishop at David Zwirner.
In loving memory of my grandmother Margaret May. Taken by Charlotte Kesl. July, 2010.
Berlin Federal Library. Interiors by Felix Löchner.
A Daily Dish. Petri dish paintings by Klari Reis. (adailydish.com)
“Fruits of Labor” summer window displays for Hermès UK by Bethan Laura Wood
19th Century medical texts now online, thanks to the Wellcome Library.
Unbelievably beautiful photographs of Islamic architecture in Iran by photography Mohammad Domiri. (Designboom)
A family home in New Zealand.
A perfect ‘g’ by type designer Rachel Treliving.
Illustrations by Joe Lillington.
Harriet Lee-Merrion, inspired by the Japanese woodcut prints.
Text, photographs, quotes, links, conversations, audio and visual material preserved for future reference.
A handpicked medley of inspirations, musings, obsessions and things of general interest.