Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Pop Art

19Feb13

Spring is upon us! It’s such a lovely day outside…it’s hard not to feel creative! I came across Jitish Patel, a designer based out of the U.K. His work has been seen internationally in advertising campaigns for French Connection, Esprit and Marriott Hotels. Additionally, his graphic illustrations has been printed and featured in numerous magazines […]


On Parr

18Feb13

Happy New Year (belated) and Gung Hei Fat Choi (also belated). We’re well into 2013 (and the beginning of the year of the Snake). I hope you all had a lovely month and a half so far and I wish you a happy and harmonious 2013! My first post for 2013 comes from an uber […]



It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted anything in my blog! Anywho, as much as I always say I’m going to devote more time to my blog I realize that I’m ALWAYS writing the same promise. I love all things beautiful, in particularly design, art, style, and typography. However, I usually just tweet something […]


Shelf life

12Jul11

Back from my Toronto trip! It was nice to get away from the big city of Vancouver…to the big city of Toronto! HA! Actually, it just felt good overall to escape from my normal responsibilities and just be on a little vacay! I happened upon Gay Pride in Toronto and it was glorious fun! In […]


Paper Trail

11Feb11

Well, I’ll be off to the land of Havana in minus 3 days! A and I booked a last minute trip to Cuba and hopefully be taking in some nice R&R by the beach! So look for some (hopefully) fab pics to come! My next blog will be devoted to some pictures and a taste […]


Kinetic Energy

02Feb11

When I was in Turkey this past summer, I noticed that one of the items people sold on the streets were those crazy kaleidoscope art work toys – you know the ones where you insert your pencil into the geometry like set and swirl it around in a circle? The crazy snergy as the seller […]


Rorschach Test

19Jan11

Part of my university studies involved art history and anthropology classes (well, anthropology in the sense of sociology and cultural society). As such, the infamous Rorschach came into play in regards to how the mind sees imagery and colours (or what we see or visualize the representation). I recently came across American design Matt W. […]