{artist showcase: Jasmine Berakha}

I was so overly inspired by one of my favourite blogs, Creature Comforts, today. So many beautiful images and art. It really sparked something in me. I was especially taken by this amazing embroidery art by Jasmine Berakha. I’ve never seen anything quite like it and I just love it! I wish she was on etsy or there was a way for me to buy a piece.

As I’ve mentioned before I just love mixed media art and I also love colour. These pieces incorporate both so beautifully along with great pattern & texture. The detail is just amazing.
Take a look..
This is my favourite – I love the colour combos

But this is a close second

With a closer look at detail


{photo style}

For all the fashionista photographers out there, you no longer have to pick between fashion & function. Thanks to Kelly Moore you now have a ton of great options when it comes to carrying your camera around and looking good doing it. She was tired of carrying around an ugly, big black bag around and decided to make her own line of fabulous camera bags with interior padding and lots of pockets to hold your photo stuff.

Check out the great collection…I’m personally eyeing the orange Libby bag. I entered a draw to win one. Fingered crossed. They’re available in a ton of great colours.

If after upgrading your camera bag you feel that your ugly black camera strap just isn’t doing it for you, the folks at Union can help you out. Check out this super stylish camera strap. I LOVE it! It’s not the most affordable however. You may want to save it for a birthday or Christmas wish list. OR if you’re really crafty and ambitious and know your way around a good sewing machine you can tackle this as a project and pick your own funky fabric and just attached it to the hardware of your current strap.

Fashionable fotographer.

{him & her}

I’m alive! I’ve actually been very inspired all this time, just too busy to write about it.

But I just couldn’t resist to post this short little note on this fresh and unique wedding invite set that I just came across. I’ve seen ALOT of wedding invites but there’s something about this one that really sets it apart. I like how it’s not super matchy matchy but totally works as a unit. And I love that it’s from a male perspective. No bridezillas in on this one.
Check out the original post here along with other great work from designer J. Fletcher.

The invite was printed on actual wood. Fancy. Also a good example of how to use multiple fonts properly.

The non-cheesy way to include an image of the bride & groom:

I just love the simplicity and quarkiness of it.