Japanese Sticker Book by Pepin Press

This magical book... was discovered in the last city where I thought I would find treasures such as this...

Shelf Life Books in Calgary of Canada.

It is a sticker book that is so beautiful that I don't think that myself or my mom (it was a gift to my mother) will ever be able to use without feeling like a chunk of our hearts are being ripped out.

I got two books, which was all they had in stock, and I reckon this is what being rich feels like 😂

I bought a few other books by the same publisher (PEPIN) and I'm so throughly grateful that there's a group of people out there like this publisher who have similar tastes as me who put in their time to supply the demand.

I guess there really is something out there for everyone!

Estelle - American Boy (EZRA Remix)


Outro by M83

Orchestral. Ephemeral. Vigourous. Radiant.

I like bags ep.2 - Speedy 30 Damier Azure

Speedy 30
Damier Azure

I can't say enough about the durability of this bag.. I have beaten this bag up in all four seasons and it has been my constant companion in my bike basket.

Repost: ‘Wardrobe Snacks’ Explores The Elegance Of Eating from ignant

Classical Art revisited: Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons // dir. Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

In 2014, I discovered the work of director Rino Stefano Tagliafierro "B E A U T Y" and I was blown away. The paintings I was so used to seeing static were given life and they moved with grace thanks to his creation and this feel of amazement has never left me since.

See for yourself here:

B E A U T Y - dir. Rino Stefano Tagliafierro from Rino Stefano Tagliafierro on Vimeo.

NY Times: Jimmy Kimmel: The Artist That Never Was

I have a thing for people who aren't primarily artists but those who happen to be good at art.

It's the element of surprise, I suppose. But it's also knowing that all this time they have been observing the world through the eyes of an artist. What I mean by this is that, I think those who produce art have an acute attention to the detail of the everyday life that I may not always notice. Maybe I'm overthinking it, but what is entirely true is that I still have a fascination for those who create art.

Jimmy Kimmel was already my favourite show-host for his friendly neighbourly demeanour, but now I love him even more for his drawing skills.

“When I was a kid, I wanted to be an artist,” he explains. “I’d stay up late, drawing for hours, watching Carson and Letterman on the small black-and-white TV I commandeered from out kitchen. Eventually, I became more interested in the television.” He didn’t go to art school, but he did recently put pencil to paper to illustrate some very particular personal details — what his final meal would be, what he does when “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” is being broadcast — for T’s new Illustrated Interview.

Jimmy Kimmel gifted a painting (a print screen to be specific) to Stephen Colbert!

Who he wanted to be when he grew up: