Monthly Archives: July 2012
Last night I was out with Meher Kakalia, the globe-trotting shoe-designer; currently living in Moscow, she has a main office in London and a boutique factory of skilled local craftspeople in her home-town of Karachi, Pakistan. Meher always looks … Continue reading
The humble book is going through a metamorphosis. Traditional publishing is soon to be obsolete, if you believe those e-reading naysayers. And, there are others still, who have re-imagined their use, such as photographer Cara Barer. Although beautiful, I do … Continue reading
This is the spectacular work of knitwear artist/designer, Nanna van Blaaderen, speaking for itself.
Booze: Faking it with small glasses of soda and lime. Cigs: Eating pencils instead. Diet: Found taramasalata! Consumed so much I’ve turned baby pink. Exercise: Facial gurning while watching Magic Mike. Quote: “When you ask me what makes us the greatest country in the world, I … Continue reading
Sometimes, you come across photographs that haunt you. David Seidner‘s work with mirrors does just that.
Here at mou, we’re often amused and titillated by Vanity Fair‘s monthly Proust questionnaire. And since we’re not expecting a knock on the door from the VF team anytime soon (not this week, at least), we thought we’d come up with … Continue reading
Through her digital stitching of old masterpieces with contemporary photographs, artist Dorothee Golz shows us that we’re not all that different from those that came before us. It’s nice to be reminded, don’t you think? Images courtesy of Dorothee Golz. … Continue reading