Emma Kunz was tapped into her swiss design roots. I have Emma Kunz on my mind today.. "Born into a family of Swiss weavers in 1892, visionary artist Emma Kunz created mandala-like grids which she regularly used as instruments of healing. Abstract, lush, enigmatic and illusionistic, each diagram was reportedly drawn by Kunz in a single sitting." via Tomorrowland
So interesting she was born into a family of weavers .. the lines in her drawings could be threads woven together on a loom..
I wanted to share some of my favorite finds this month.. from an amazing wedding photographer to a treehouse restaurant, books, a car.. in complete disregard for organization.. just wonders I have found and/or pulled onto my desktop.. I will try to reference as best I can..
A little peak into the lovely, vintage-inspired portfolio of the wedding photographer that I just booked.. I am so excited, the amazingly talented Noa of feather love photography
The above engagement session photos by Noa feature a lovely fellow-blogger, Emilia Jane of Auburn and Ivory ... It made my day to see she posted some of my illustrations.
Noa shares my vision to make a few of the wedding photos look like a 70's album cover. Love her shots of Astra. Love their music, too.
1980 Citroen. Future is then.
Trinie Dalton was already one of my favorite contemporary writers -- Wide Eyed and A Unicorn is Born are two books I read and reread and cannot bear to lend out, but give as gifts -- now she has outdone herself with this cover. An Anthology of modern writers with a wigged cat. Mythym, yes please. For sale at picture box
Going to a Geodesic dome home in Joshua Tree for a little weekend getaway next month.. been Dome-Crazy, eyeing the likes of these..
And I go full circle with a treehouse that IS a geodesic dome found in the article The High Life from Dwell.com
Or, you know, just float in a sphere among the trees.
Luc and I spend the weekend celebrating our 4 year anniversary in the small whimsy stagecoach town of Los Alamos in the Santa Ynez valley. We stayed in the Egyptian Suite at the Victorian Mansion B & B .. here are some of my favorite scenes.
entering the vortex
And I also want to share some recent "It's a Small World" happy pix from a recent trip to the Magic Kingdom. I had a perma-smile the whole day.
The inside and outside of that ride is genius, I hope they restore more of the original art rather than replacing it with more disney movie characters.