I was delighted to have an Australian friend over to visit upon her massive 6 month European trip which ends next week! Roxy was only here for 1 and a half days but we had a great time together. We went to Saltholmen with Nick and his Leeds friends who were also here to stay. We intended to take a ferry to the islands but with 45 minutes wait and the sun rapidly setting, we agreed to just walk along the main-coast.
After, we tried to get some Kanel-buller in Haga (the oldest district in Gothenburg) but every cafe had sold out :(
We settled for Apple Paj instead.
Images by: myself iPhone and Sony Nex 5N
A large group of my friends and I ventured north-east from Gothenburg for the Lights in Alingsås experimental art/community exhibition. This was a particularly great exhibition because contributors ranged from as young as pre-schoolers to adults and professionals. The set ups weren't too impressive individually, but as you walked through the sleepy little town you soon realise that is all about the journey through the lanes, the spaces between and where the lights end and begin again. The colours were dreamy and I ventured into a graveyard at night for the first time because the exhibition also meandered through the dead. It was quite a surreal experience.
Featuring: Luci, Desmond (and his girlfriend 'Bacon'), Olartia, Maria Laura, Marifer, Marta, Veronika, Yago and Maria Angels.
images via Kingdom of Style
A tab has been sitting on my browser for probably 3 months now. I have been saving the web page for the right time to post. To what followers I have left interested in fashion and textile design - it is probably old, but it will now forever remain in my archive, ready for back reference and I am glad to share it with you.
Lesia Paramanova is a Russian student who romanticises enchanted forests through distorted illustratrations. The colour palette is just devine.