Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Le Photocabine

Check out this amazing website, for you photocabine 
booths lovers!!!!! What a great idea, thanku!

Monday, June 27, 2011

The Well-Being Effect:

Love for wedges!

MadeThought: Ten Years Yesterday

Love absolutely love this exhibition and want have them in my house! 

How to be a good boss!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Donatella Versace in a new Versace for H&M design

Wayuu Bags

It is amazing to see that a brand like FreePeople is supporting the South American culture, and our most treasure craftsman work! Nothing like a mochila:)

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

10 Hidden Benefits of Smiling

Smiles are about much more than just showing pleasure. Psychological research reveals 10 ways to use them to your advantage.
People are always smiling, especially in groups, but it doesn't just signal that they're happy, far from it. We use smiles for specific social purposes because they can send out all sorts of signals that can be useful for us1.
Here are ten ways smiles can be used to our advantage by sending out messages about our trustworthiness, attractivity, sociability and more.
1. Get others to trust you
In a world where everyone is out for themselves, who should we trust? One signal that suggests we are trustworthy is a smile. Genuine smiles send a message that other people can trust and cooperate with us. People who smile are rated higher in both generosity and extraversion and when people share with each other they tend to display genuine smiles (Mehu et al., 2007).
Economists even consider that smiles have a value. In one study by Scharlemann et al. (2001) participants were more likely to trust another person if they were smiling. This study found that a smile increased people's willingness to trust by about 10%.

Love and Want!

Yellow Owl Workshop

The folks at Yellow Owl Workshop just launched their summer product line today featuring heaps of Yellow Owl Workshop goodness including my favourite, these fun gift tag stamps! 

So much new stuff, check them out on the net:

Allie’s Vintage-Inspired Kentucky Derby Party Invitations

Well, Allie from Allie Ruth Design and her husband Ryan really did throw a derby party this year, and today we get a peek at the beautiful invitations she created for the party!

Joël Penkman Food Paintings

These fine art food paintings from graphic designer and painter Joël Penkman are simply delicious. I think the candy canes are my favorite followed by the donuts… so pretty to see food like this.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Regina Feoktistova

Regina Feoktistova by David Roemer for Marie Claire-July 2011

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Lucy Williams

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Yei! Thank you rabbit!


Flee market! i want more!


I luv u

Victoria Secret's-Pink new lookbook

Abby Lee Kershaw & Behati Prinsloo.

Tribial prints

Monday, June 13, 2011


Lovers fasten padlocks to the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris. The couple then toss the keys into the Seine river below, symbolizing their eternal love!

Saturday, June 11, 2011


For all my camping-lover friends!!! <3

10 Ways Our Minds Warp Time

How time perception is warped by life-threatening situations, eye movements, tiredness, hypnosis, age, the emotions and more...

The mind does funny things to our experience of time. Just ask French cave expert Michel Siffre. In 1962 Siffre went to live in a cave that was completely isolated from mechanical clocks and natural light. He soon began to experience a huge change in his experience of time. When he tried to measure out two minutes by counting up to 120 at one-second intervals, it took him 5 minutes. After emerging from the cave he guessed the trip had lasted 34 days. He'd actually been down there for 59 days. His experience of time was rapidly changing. From an outside perspective he was slowing down, but the psychological experience for Siffre was that time was speeding up.
But you don't have to hide out in a cave for a couple of months to warp time, it happens to us all the time. Our experience of time is flexible; it depends on attention, motivation, the emotions and more.

Time is relative
The last words on time come from two great thinkers; first Albert Einstein:
"Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute, and it seems like an hour. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. That's relativity."

And finally, Douglas Adams:
"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so." turns your photos into impressionist art using colored text, with your choice of font! An image made out of fonts, pretty awesome!

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Julieta Vanegas

Wednesday, June 8, 2011


Amor this reminds me so much of u <3

To live by

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

me, totally me!

Para ti!


Pino is a lifestyle shop I’d definitely walk into and explore. The cool minimalism and color organization would suck me in immediately. Their identity kills it, I love the bold palette and diecut ‘I’ to no end.

Chinese zodiac rings

Love. Love. Love

Revenge of the Lawn

I want a white tattoo!


Look at this font!!! Picto Peeps by Crispycraker - dafont