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Never Be Regular

Never Be Regular

"Work made by human beings for other human beings." 

Perhaps the perfect way to encapsulate a lifetime of Stefan Sagmeister’s work that never ceases to inspire us. 

(Source: sagmeisterwalsh.com)

We’re on cloud nine, or at least in Cloud City.
Paper Arts + Morocco = Two of our Favorite Things! 
Inspired by Morocco, Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft have created this fantasy land called Cloud City. Complex and intricate Moroccan patterns formed by layers of iridescent paper. Enter and transcend to Cloud City. 

We’re on cloud nine, or at least in Cloud City.

Paper Arts + Morocco = Two of our Favorite Things! 

Inspired by Morocco, Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft have created this fantasy land called Cloud City. Complex and intricate Moroccan patterns formed by layers of iridescent paper. Enter and transcend to Cloud City. 

(Source: themakeriestudio.com)

#neverforget

#neverforget

Nous aimons Paris! 

We love Paris at any speed. 

Patience makes perfect. And practice. And paper too. 
Maude White’s got it all, have a look at her lovely portfolio of hand-cut paper art, visual story-telling indeed. 

Patience makes perfect. And practice. And paper too. 

Maude White’s got it all, have a look at her lovely portfolio of hand-cut paper art, visual story-telling indeed. 

(Source: bravebirdpaperart.com)

About face. We’re thinking this is pretty amazing technology, with a side effect of freaky. What do you think? 

Today is a holiday in the United States, and as the end of summer looms many flock to our shores for one last trip to the beach. 
We’ve admired Antoine Rose’s work for years - at first we were certain what we were seeing were not photographs. And now that we know how he captured them, we can’t get enough! 
Can you spot yourself? 
www.antoinerose.com
Here’s how it’s done. Gulp!

Today is a holiday in the United States, and as the end of summer looms many flock to our shores for one last trip to the beach. 

We’ve admired Antoine Rose’s work for years - at first we were certain what we were seeing were not photographs. And now that we know how he captured them, we can’t get enough! 

Can you spot yourself? 

www.antoinerose.com

Here’s how it’s done. Gulp!

Printed paper perfection. 
Click the photo to see further fabulous frocks by Noa Raviv

Printed paper perfection. 

Click the photo to see further fabulous frocks by Noa Raviv

(Source: designdautore.blogspot.it)

Just the sweetest things. Click the photo to see more sweetness.

Just the sweetest things. Click the photo to see more sweetness.

Join the Club

Portland, Oregon is more popular than ever. It’s charm wins you over and it’s hipster vibe makes you cool simply by proximity. And now it has a the Multnomah Whiskey Library, a club serving over 1,000 whiskeys. Become a member so you can sip yours in one of those fancy leather chairs a good whiskey is meant to be served in.

Travel.
As much as you can.
As far as you can.
As long as you can.
Life’s not meant to be lived in one place.
– Anonymous

This ought to cool you down on a hot summer day.

"Some of these places I go to feel like a photographic purgatory," says Chris Burkard. 

Sounds miserable (to us). Looks magnificent. Arctic surfing. Do they really make wet suits for that? Brrr!

We saw this photo on-line. It just grabbed our attention. It was the angle, the colors, the light.
And we thought, hmmm, could it be Hong Kong? 
The answer was yes, and then we found more. Click the link. 

We saw this photo on-line. It just grabbed our attention. It was the angle, the colors, the light.

And we thought, hmmm, could it be Hong Kong? 

The answer was yes, and then we found more. Click the link. 

Creating Something Out of Nothing

Beautiful paper art by Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa may be examining the impact of architectural density, which is fascinating. But the craft and beauty of his projects are what caught our eye.

This gallery captures it beautifully. 

http://design-milk.com/architectural-sculptures-made-paper-katsumi-hayakawa/katsumi-hayakawa-void-solid-paper-sculptures-1/

Never Be Regular

Never Be Regular

"Work made by human beings for other human beings." 

Perhaps the perfect way to encapsulate a lifetime of Stefan Sagmeister’s work that never ceases to inspire us. 

(Source: sagmeisterwalsh.com)

We’re on cloud nine, or at least in Cloud City.
Paper Arts + Morocco = Two of our Favorite Things! 
Inspired by Morocco, Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft have created this fantasy land called Cloud City. Complex and intricate Moroccan patterns formed by layers of iridescent paper. Enter and transcend to Cloud City. 

We’re on cloud nine, or at least in Cloud City.

Paper Arts + Morocco = Two of our Favorite Things! 

Inspired by Morocco, Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft have created this fantasy land called Cloud City. Complex and intricate Moroccan patterns formed by layers of iridescent paper. Enter and transcend to Cloud City. 

(Source: themakeriestudio.com)

#neverforget

#neverforget

Nous aimons Paris! 

We love Paris at any speed. 

Patience makes perfect. And practice. And paper too. 
Maude White’s got it all, have a look at her lovely portfolio of hand-cut paper art, visual story-telling indeed. 

Patience makes perfect. And practice. And paper too. 

Maude White’s got it all, have a look at her lovely portfolio of hand-cut paper art, visual story-telling indeed. 

(Source: bravebirdpaperart.com)

About face. We’re thinking this is pretty amazing technology, with a side effect of freaky. What do you think? 

Today is a holiday in the United States, and as the end of summer looms many flock to our shores for one last trip to the beach. 
We’ve admired Antoine Rose’s work for years - at first we were certain what we were seeing were not photographs. And now that we know how he captured them, we can’t get enough! 
Can you spot yourself? 
www.antoinerose.com
Here’s how it’s done. Gulp!

Today is a holiday in the United States, and as the end of summer looms many flock to our shores for one last trip to the beach. 

We’ve admired Antoine Rose’s work for years - at first we were certain what we were seeing were not photographs. And now that we know how he captured them, we can’t get enough! 

Can you spot yourself? 

www.antoinerose.com

Here’s how it’s done. Gulp!

Printed paper perfection. 
Click the photo to see further fabulous frocks by Noa Raviv

Printed paper perfection. 

Click the photo to see further fabulous frocks by Noa Raviv

(Source: designdautore.blogspot.it)

Just the sweetest things. Click the photo to see more sweetness.

Just the sweetest things. Click the photo to see more sweetness.

Join the Club

Portland, Oregon is more popular than ever. It’s charm wins you over and it’s hipster vibe makes you cool simply by proximity. And now it has a the Multnomah Whiskey Library, a club serving over 1,000 whiskeys. Become a member so you can sip yours in one of those fancy leather chairs a good whiskey is meant to be served in.

Travel.
As much as you can.
As far as you can.
As long as you can.
Life’s not meant to be lived in one place.
– Anonymous

This ought to cool you down on a hot summer day.

"Some of these places I go to feel like a photographic purgatory," says Chris Burkard. 

Sounds miserable (to us). Looks magnificent. Arctic surfing. Do they really make wet suits for that? Brrr!

We saw this photo on-line. It just grabbed our attention. It was the angle, the colors, the light.
And we thought, hmmm, could it be Hong Kong? 
The answer was yes, and then we found more. Click the link. 

We saw this photo on-line. It just grabbed our attention. It was the angle, the colors, the light.

And we thought, hmmm, could it be Hong Kong? 

The answer was yes, and then we found more. Click the link. 

Creating Something Out of Nothing

Beautiful paper art by Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa may be examining the impact of architectural density, which is fascinating. But the craft and beauty of his projects are what caught our eye.

This gallery captures it beautifully. 

http://design-milk.com/architectural-sculptures-made-paper-katsumi-hayakawa/katsumi-hayakawa-void-solid-paper-sculptures-1/

"Travel.
As much as you can.
As far as you can.
As long as you can.
Life’s not meant to be lived in one place."

About:

I am Shellie Cohen, a luxe nomad roaming from place to place seeking culturally rich and authentic experiences. Typically, following the path less traveled gives way to the most memorable journeys. Just as often, the path of least resistance is equally rewarding. Luxuries can come in the smallest packages: An exquisite boutique curated ‘just so’. A personal touch in what becomes a favorite hotel. Or perhaps the best cocktail - ever.

Wherever I am (and I’ve been to 56 countries), I seek out hidden gems to make each destination feel authentic, luxurious, and inspiring to easily find myself at home.