Kirra Jamison

I’m a fan of The Design Files Melbourne Mornings series. Recently they’ve featured artist Kirra Jamison.

She’s inspired me to think about new projects. Maybe break out of my comfort zone and explore more color, bolder shapes, experiment.



How amazing is her studio space? *swoons*



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Link Love: Star Wars Day Edition!


Oh hells yeah!

The Crazy History of Star Wars via New Yorker Mag

Star Wars sheets for the next generation.

Star Wars I-VI The Complete Saga (Blu-Ray)

If you’d prefer to go digital: iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix (Streaming)

Classic Izzard. Classic You-Tube. (Language NSFW)

Ever wonder what it would be like to be Luke Skywalker’s kid?

I NEED this Star Wars Cookbook, like, damn!

Although, Pinterest has quite a few recipes so, you’re covered.

I’m hoping that the P.I.C.* will have something for us today. New trailer/news/pics?
Stay tuned for it on all social media…

*People In Charge

Link Love


Packing for Paris fashion week. (I wish!)

Garance Dore talks to women in their fifties about living gracefully and loving their laugh lines.

Giving your skin a break. Could you go 24 hours (or longer) makeup and product free?

I love to look at the Williams Sonoma catalogue, i’m a big fan, but this satire piece had me laughing so hard! The Haters Guide to the Williams-Sonoma Catalogue

Those Perfect Magazine Mums via Selfish Mother. You’ve read the articles. A successful, beautiful mum with a picture perfect lifestyle.
Yeah, right! SM columnist Anniki Sommerville calls Bullsh*t on why it’s all just a glossy magazine fantasy.

Link Love

Welcome to the Obliteration Room! This is what happens when you give thousands of kids stickers!

Also, see the video of this project as it’s happening.

Happy 10th Birthday YouTube!

Check out Christian Schallert’s teeny tiny apartment!

Jane Austen Zingers: The 15 Best Disses and One-Liners From ‘Pride and Prejudice

Fictitious Dishes: An Album of Literature’s Most Memorable Meals.
“…an ingenious project by designer and writer Dinah Fried, who cooks, art-directs, and photographs meals from nearly two centuries of famous fiction. Each photograph is accompanied by the particular passage in which the recipe appeared, as well as a few quick and curious factlets about the respective author, novel, or food.”