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I was having difficulty getting to sleep the other night, which is totally not my deal. Typically, as soon as my head hits the pillow I am OUT! until my husband waves a cup of coffee under my nose the next morning. So on this evening of no sleeping I hopped on the computer to get some work done. Per usu(al) personal email, work email, FB, Twitter, blogs I stalk are checked even before Illustrator is opened…during 300-209 my IN-TER-NET-ING (robot voice) I stumbled upon the site of Loretta Lux. I was searching for cute/girls dresses/vintage (I can fit into kids clothes and many times girls dresses fit me a littlewindowslearner better then grown folk clothes.) Loretta Lux is a fine art photographer windowslearner.com and painter, she digitally enhances her photos creating hauntingly sweet images. I enjoy the spookiness and delicate nature of her 70-243 works. The expressions on these pretty angels look like they plan on haunting you in your sleep. P.S. The clothes on these little ladies are on my wish/make list.
: MademoiselleYulia : SammaSamma : Herve Leger : LV/Stephen Sprouse : Bead Cloth :
Line art by Yoran Morvant available at Ashes and Milk
Dang Mr.Lim! I lurrrve these looks. The colorways and mix of print and textures are screaming my name…
Quick peek of the happenings last weekend:
Our weekend was filled with many small steps moving very fast! Barricade building, concrete smashing, workshop attending & revelations
We removed the sidewalk in front of the house. The concrete was not level and was busted by the huge Catalpa roots that pushed against the sidewalk. My job was to locate and expose the python sized roots.
A friend and I attend a workshop hosted by I Heart Art PDX at the Museum of Contemporary Craft. The charming Rachel did a great job. Check out her affordable and nifty bike accessories: BikeCozy