They have no face but one true identity.
Dorris Vooijs, Tina Berning, Paloma Wool, Francisco Leonardo, Ernesto Artillo, Blair McLaughlin, Cristiana Couceiro, Rebecka Tollens, Juliette Lemontey, Steve Kim and perso.
1) Cathy Cullis 2) Xuan Loc Xuan, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner 3) John William Goodward, Curlowe 4) Charles Wilkin, Mouni Feddag 5) Carl Wilhelmson, Misato Suzuki 6) Devon Aoki by Mario Sorrenti, Petra Collins 7) George Spencer Watson, Antra Svarcs 8) Photo of Jane Burden Morris, Monica Barengo 9) Olga by Picasso, Bertha Lum 10) Fairfield Porter (& last painting), Anne-Sophie Tschiegg.
Goodbye to my dear grandma. She is now with her beloved husband. Goodbye mamie.
Johannes & Jeannette, 1951.
Nothing makes me happier than being in the countryside. Smelling trees, touching fresh basil, feeding the cat, reading, painting, swimming in a friend’s pool, seeing a wild fox, listening to music all day long… Pure happiness.
Improvising an artist space at my brother’s house, while he is in the fields (july, big month for harvesting), I am having such a lovely time. A perfect place for creativity.
Lots of love.
Looking for something fun and interesting to do around Chiang Mai (Northern Thailand)? I suggest you to go to the Elephant Poopoopaper park, an eco-friendly place where they make paper with elephant poo but also Thai buffalo poo, cow poo or horse poo.
Out of curiosity, my british friend Lucy and I went there an afternoon. We agreed to say we had such a lovely time and we were pleasanlty surprised by our little discovery.
A nice guide took us through eight different pavillons explaining each stage of the fascinating process. Do you want to understand how poo becomes paper? Follow me!
The best part? You can make your own card with Poopoo products at the end of the tour!
Interesting AND fun, I told you.
Collage: Sterling Hundley, Adara Sánchez Anguiano, Yuliya, Caitlin Shearer, Disney, Ransom LTD, Utamaro Kitagawa, Design à emporter, Fredrik Holmér, William Rothenstein, Rodin, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 40 media.