Tuesday, April 21, 2009

People and Interiors

I guess I've been very inspired by interiors lately, and just getting glimpses of what people like to surround themselves with. Here are a few pictures of inspiring people/interiors that I've found here and there around the interwebs and wanted to diligently re-post them. Plus, I finished the YOKOO-esque cowl I was knitting so here is a sneak peek!




12 comments:

Cassiopeia said...

Immense knitting talent! I now feel inferior with my one-scarf-on-the-go-for-three-years project :-D Ah the fish sweater lives again. I love it so so so much. The first inspiration photo is just too cute. Hope you're doing well at home!

Xxxc

Diane said...

Wow, you did a superb job knitting the cowl! It looks super good and goes well with your blue fish sweater!

Ooh, I adore the second picture - Hannah's just all around adorable.

And the third photo where it looks like a skull - amazing! I'm flabbergasted at what people can come up with. Damn my uncreative brain!

AFitz said...

oh it's hannah! i've been seeing her picture everywhere lately.

sarah said...

i love pendant flags, i've been trying to find some for our kitchen...
wicked skull shelf!
xo s

Claudia said...

very inspiring i love the last pictures

lestylegirl said...

Where'd the rooms come from? They're gorgeous

carolyn said...

wow wonderful knitting prowess!! I love the skull bookshelf too, but I think I would ruin it, as I would continually be taking key pieces out and then misplacing them...I bet it feels strange to be done with University, but exciting too- good luck!!!!

deua said...

and what does your space look like? :)

Gєммα;∂ιℓєммα. said...

Nice cowl neck thingo. I can barely knit and when I get the hang of it for a bit, I make it too tight or loose.

Haha. You're very talented.
x

louise or valentine said...

did you take the one of the girl?
i love how people interact with their spaces. a lot of my portraiture this semester has been about people interacting with the event/space/people around them.
it's interesting stuff.
i think some of hte greatest portiature (via arbus) is amazing b/c of how people inhabit their spaces.

the iron chic said...

Is that skull shelf art? Or does someone live like that?

stefanie said...

where did the picture of the skull shelves come from? i'm actually trying to do something similar.