Two years in the making, Simon Christen presents his “love letter to the fog of the San Francisco bay area.” It’s a truly inspiring work!
Deep thinking about the nature of the 24 hour, non-stop lifestyle City Dark
Amazing art turning city streets and buildings into fantasy landscapes
Mayeul Akpovi captures Paris’ frenetic pace in this great stop motion film.
New York City painted by Janet Ternoff.
Ms. Ternoff is a self-taught artist living and working in New York. She creates realist-style cityscapes paintings in oil. Most of her works are New York City scenes.
A cast of adorable characters populate David Zinn’s delightful illustrative street art.
In his own words: “I am an inveterate doodler and a shameless word nerd, always looking for new opportunities to use art as a problem-solving tool, whether the problem is a complicated global concern or a sad-looking crack in the sidewalk.”
Once you’ve been there and liked it (and you will!) go and check out their Podcast Slumber Party with Alie and Georgia
And if that wasn’t enough to make you fall head over heels, they now have their own series on Cooking Channel!
I’ve been wanting try this recipe
Dyeing (ha!) to try this!
The world’s largest stop motion animation:
And, the world’s smallest stop motion animation:
Since, I gulped down all the past entries from her blog Recipe Rifle and became a huge fan. I really appreciate her anecdotes from the front lines of young motherhood and pregnancy. Also, some really nice recipes that don’t have eighteen bajillon steps and require a cooking degree.
Edit: Esther says her book is 1.99 in the UK. So for my UK readers enjoy the savings!
I’ve found a site that features videos from the ever amazing, always chic Ines de la Fressange. I’ve been glued to them for
hours a while as Ines shows us all her favorite spots and treats in Paris.
C’est tellement génial! Aimez-la!