Our friends at WAFFLESNCREAM have just released their Summer 2013 Lookbook. The collection features a range of t-shirts in their iconic skate style along with their new “Les Voiles de St Tropez” products. Our favourite is the yellow Crack is Wack college jacket – nice colour, cool print on the back of the jacket and the embroidered logo’s on the chest. Simple and clean. By the way, the lookbook was shot by photographer Oliver James Cargill, who we featured some time ago.
When it comes to environmental awareness, the world has changed a bit. Or better, it has changed radically. Almost every industry claims to be green, and architecture is not an exception. In fact, architecture may be one of the precursors in eco-friendly production.
This 2-volume, 696 pages publication by Taschen is the living proof. Each of the 100 featured buildings are stunningly beautiful and built with sustainability in mind – as contemporary buildings should be. Come to think of it, can a contemporary building be anything but green? read more…
Soft, lightweight, and breathable slippers keep your feet comfortable and hygienic. Non-slip design (even when wet) makes it safer for walking on smooth or slippery surfaces, while the soft soles ensure comfort all day. Machine washable.
Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
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Whenever you’re feeling down or you just want to remember to be positive in your personal or professional life, fly in our colourful world and help yourself by helping others.
Let’s live life to the fullest and inspire someone today! Visit our inspirational collection of quotes on www.sotherainbow.com.
In black and gold, sensual attire, Ukraine beauty Juju Ivanyuk poses for photographer Gorka Postigo, wearing Philip Treacy headpieces alongside Vionnet, Dior & Emilio Pucci, styled by Leticia Riestra for the june issue of Harper’s Bazaar Spain.
Jurij Treskow (born Polotsk, Belarus, 1984) is a Paris based photographer, specialised in black and white photography. His portfolio features work with Contributor Magazine, Vogue Italy, Vogue Russia and Grazia France alongside portraits of inspirational people like Christian Louboutin, Pierre Cardin, Damir Doma and Guy Laroche. The black and white contrast of his pictures is intense, makes you focus on the silhouettes. The photography is partially very seductive and generates an avant-garde vibe.
As a digital agency, The BIO Agency, we pride ourselves on nurturing and building ideas until they’re strong enough to survive. Our vision for a new office was an environment that people could call home, a place that would inspire creativity and somewhere that people looked forward to working in. It also needed to be a place that nurtured ideas: a greenhouse for ideas to blossom.
The result is an eccentric, charming environment, with a quirky Victorian farmer’s market feel. It is full of elements that hint and mirror the nurturing of organic ideas.
The reception area gives the air of an old distressed building, where overgrown plants and even a cheeky squirrel meet you to say hello. The breakfast and bar area is the heart of the agency. It feeds the agency with free breakfast every day and in the evenings serves up amazing cocktails. Positioned in the centre of the agency, it encourages staff to congregate and exchange ideas, not hide away behind their desks.
The meeting rooms turn up the volume on quirkiness. Bright green carpet feels like grass under your feet, a huge glass table sets the stage and balances on top of rustic wooden pallets. Plants hang upside down from the ceiling. Another room is decked out like a cosy Scandinavian log cabin, allowing staff to pin their ideas on display. The best way to sanity check an idea is to leave it out to hang for a few days.