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ENJOY; ISSUE; INTERESTING PLACES; INTERIORS; JOYDAY; WALLISM:THE SEMIOTICS OF WALLS; STREET FINDS; SHIFT HOW WE SEE; FASHION; ART; COLOUR

29 June 2013

Detail Detail Detail


When one walks the streets of Berlin, it is easy to find a level of care and detail that confirms that there is opportunity to create 
something beautiful at almost every moment of the day.

25 June 2013

A different kind of Wallism



Yesterday shiftazine went east of the wall.  
It was a moving and shifting experience.  
Thousands of tears have fallen, thousands of words have been spoke...things did change but there is a sadness that hangs in the air.  
What a ******* waste of time, money and humanity. 

19 June 2013

Street shopping


Some more examples of street orphans.  
Some look like they are ready to rock and roll. 
Some need a bit of reconstruction.  
All would be just fine in someone's home.  
It's all out there just ready for the picking.

18 June 2013

Reflecting on a good idea


Everything has a second life if you just shift the way you perceive it.

11 June 2013

My type of wall


Wallism strikes again.  
A wonderful ode to old style typography and letter forms brought to us by Marty Roultedge 
and the person who owns the car park wall in James Street, Brisbane Australia.

07 June 2013

JoyDay_Sweet memories


Celebrate the thing(s) that bring you JOY on 25th November every year.

06 June 2013

Love blossoms



know a beautiful girl who has beautiful ideas and beautiful style.  
She makes beautiful things out of beautiful flowers. She got married to a beautiful man in a beautiful wedding.  
She wore a beautiful dress which was made by Australian fashion flower children "Romance was Born".  
She has been very generous in letting us enjoy a snap shot of her beautiful day.

04 June 2013

Powder Room Boom





One Margarita leads to another, which eventually leads to the powder room.  
Up the stairs, away from the musical grooves swirling around the bar below, Aracida Liquors’ powder room is, as one might say, a surprise.
It’s an explosion of visual statements. 
From the beautiful patterns thrown onto the ceiling to the interesting sculptures in the waiting area.
The space is made up of a little of this, and a little of that, but it’s end result is singular in effect. Fantastic. 
Arcadia Liquors, 7 Cope Street, The Fern (Redfern) Sydney Australia.