This is a lovely collection of retouched portraits by Brazilian local artists. It is one of the latest books I have bought, and probably one of the most beautiful ones I own.
A few years ago, I discovered Ricardo Cavolo’s work by chance and I bought two of his prints. Now I’m so happy to see his great success as an illustrator and artist. And no wonder. His art is absolutely brilliant.
This is a beautiful project created by Enrique Lozano for people to upload their fears to, so that it becomes like a gallery or a collection of fears. All kinds of people, all kinds of fears. There is no personal database: only one fear, one face, and one name.
I have an obsession with cups and saucers. And Lusesita has such a beautiful collection of them at her utilitarian ceramic store. I love the color palette and the shapes of her ceramics. Last weekend, we went to her solo show and I couldn’t help buying a super cool set in white with vintage rose decals.
Don’t blame me for being in love with my husband’s photography. I especially love the conversations with elderly people that he records while shooting pictures in their homes. These videos are one of the latest projects at his blog.
Sergio Mora is probably one of my favorite artists ever. I just can’t get enough of looking at his adorable tattoo series. And his illustrations and paintings are absolutely captivating. I love the humor and the surrealism in his pieces. Just when I think he couldn’t get better, he comes up with a new piece that totally blows my mind.
It’s amazing how fast time passes. I now realize this is my eleventh collection together with lovely Brazilian fashion brand, Anunciaçao. As usual, I totally melted when I saw what they came up with: the care and love they put into each piece; their handmade embroideries with my illustrations are mesmerizing. Every time I get the samples of each collection, I feel like those are the most beautiful clothes I have ever seen.