BLONDE ON BLONDE
THE GIRL IN MY MIRROR
LET ME SLEEPWALK
HE NOT BUSY BEING BORN IS BUSY DYING
I WAS FIVE AND HE WAS SIX, WE RODE ON HORSES MADE OF STICKS
YOU CAN TELL IT TO EVERYBODY
WHERE I'VE BEEN HIDING LATELY
JUST A COUNTRY WHERE THE THUNDER GOES AND THINGS DISAPPEAR
Update from my inspiration wall.
(See more here.)
PAPER HEADS WITH EMPTY MINDS, HOW EASY TO BE LIKE THEM
Heads for my wigs!
RENOUNCE ALL SIN AND VICE, DREAM OF THE BOURGEOIS LIFE, THIS HEAVEN GIVES ME MIGRAINE
A second hand lace shirt...
...to which I added a collar and a button.
PS. Visit my tumblr! (Even if I just keep on reblogging Emma all the time).
LOOK OUT FOR THE FELLOW WHO OWNS AN AUTOMOBILE. YOU MUST KISS HIM OR GET OUT AND WALK.
My inspiration wall with photos and pictures I like, and some of my drawings as well.
THINGS THAT INSPIRE ME
Some photos of my unfinished inspiration wall. The girl in the poncho is my mom and the boy with the woman (in the last photo, right above the illustration by Liselotte Watkins) is my dad with grandma.
PS. Sara has an inspiration wall too and hopefully she'll post some pics of it some day soon.
OF ALL DISEASES, I HAVE WANNATRAVELENIA
A collage I made recently.
MY WONDERFUL WORLD OF FASHION
This beautiful book (by Nina Chakrabarti) is "a book for drawing, creating and dreaming". Can't wait to start!
I recently bought a wood bracelet and painted it. It turned out something like this.
Merci beacoup from both Emma and me to Midori for her sweet words!
THE JUMPSUIT IN MY HEAD
Sara and I are both crazy about inspiration things. We have inspiration maps in which we save things we find on blogs. We create mood boards and Spotify playlists with themes (named, for example, "sunset in Versailles" or "yellow cabs"). And today I began with my inspiration book.
1) Sara is sharing taste in shoes with the foxy cat in the first picture. Only I've been walking around in them more than she has... Oops!
2) I was also into dinosaurs as a kid. (Have a close look at the last picture!)
Emma: "Why not?"
Merry Christmas everyone!
(Thank you Ida for the inspiration to make this card!)