Quick Picks – featuring glass waves, transformative sculpture, and tiny crossbows

This week's quick pick of internet finds is all about looking at things in a different way. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ Sydney-based artist Ben Young has captured waves in glass. I find his sculptures absolutely captivating and am seriously considering adding one to my collection.    Via [Faith is Torment] ♥… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring glass waves, transformative sculpture, and tiny crossbows

Quick Picks – Featuring a sea of clouds, living sculptures, and notes in Berlin

I've been thinking about travel a bit lately, so this week's quick pick of internet finds highlights just some of the places on my wanderlust wish list. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ The unkai terrace at the Hoshino Resorts Tomamu has just made my list of places to visit in Japan. It's… Continue reading Quick Picks – Featuring a sea of clouds, living sculptures, and notes in Berlin

Barek Art Timelapse

One of the really exciting things about the move away from full-time professional photography has been the way it's prompted me to plan and create things without thinking about how I might be able to use them to encourage bookings. Now I'm doing work purely because I want to, which is liberating. It's also encouraging… Continue reading Barek Art Timelapse

Quick Picks – featuring papier mache pandas, drinkable books and dandelion lamps.

Look, Quick Picks is back! It's now shorter, and possibly a little sweeter, but still full of my latest internet finds. And as always, good things come in threes... ♥ A collaboration between French artist, Paulo Grangeon, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and the creatives at PMQ and AllRightsReserved saw 1600 papier-mâché panda sculptures travel… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring papier mache pandas, drinkable books and dandelion lamps.