He also had the Emotoscope, a digital camera that records with the feeling of the old films, with the clicking sound and the grainy images, to invoque nostalgia. (Image at the top)
Oh, Elsita, I so foresee one of your beauties on my wall. Soon. (possibly the hand one. Oh yes.)
No cup of cocoa in the warmth (relative warmth, must say) of our flat whilst posting. Internet is NOT coming just yet. I am GRUMPY. GRUMPY GRUMPY GRUMPY. Now the date to look forward to is mid december. Grumph.
Dylan, on the other hand, not only creates these Pop culture vynils (and drawings, and t-shirts), but also has curated this absolutely outstanding treasury (including my High maintenance!).
Thanks again, to both. You rock!
I've found this adapted lamp in the latest Elle Decor (UK edition). It belongs to Australian fashion designer Martin Grant, who lives in an absolutely gorgeous (but not too ostentatious) apartment in Paris. Back to the lamp, the original idea is that the water magnifies, and the light source above (a candle in its original 19th century state), illuminates. I found this lamp very ingenious and aesthetically pleasing. Oh, and the whole flat was a-ma-zing.