Snowden Flood plate collection


The above plate titled "Factory" is 1 of 6 ceramic bone china plates in London-based artist Snowden Flood's Urban Landscapes collection. The plates in this series depict familiar images that may be overlooked on a long drive on the highway or on a daily walk to work. Plates measures 10.5" diametre and are sold at $50.00 each. Click here to purchase Snowden Flood's plate collection.

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JetSet Journal

I really love these JetSet Journal from Pink Bathtub designs. Noelle Grisky, the man behind all these handcrafted block print designs is inspired by almost anything. A spatula, a clump of weeds, a bird on a telephone to an office stapler.

Noelle Grisky:
"My goal is to transform the ordinary into something aesthetic and distinct".

::Check out more of his designs from etsy.

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Atonement

I'm aware that I do have a thing for period movies. 'Atonement' is one of them. I'm fascinated with the 1940s era-- how people dress during that time, the cars they drive in, what the houses would have looked like-- every single detail fascinates me. Well blame literature for turning me into a historical freak.

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DooooDolls

One of my plush crave these days-- The DoooDolls, which are made of synthetic felt and painstakingly blanket-stitched together. They are the creation of Malaysian graphic designer, Darren Cheng.

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Gingy

One of my favourite characters from Shrek I'm craving for these days. The gingerbread man.

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Christmas Baubles

Christmas is just around the corner... and these are really pretty looking ornaments.

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Colorlicious Chucks

Perhaps there's just one word to describe Pink Sherbet Photography: colourful. The splashes of bold colours in this Converse picture is strikingly wonderful.

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Bernard Chandran's Spring/Summer 2008 Collection

I think I'm in love with Bernard Chandran's petal-inspired dresses in his latest Spring/Summer 2008 London collection. I wonder if he's selling them here too. It gives that feminine yet clean-cut look to the wearer. Love them.

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Oh chocolates...

I was so happy my class was cancelled today, I ran to the grocery store to buy a bar of chocolate.

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'Chocolate stash' by anikarenina

Graduation Dinner

IIUM English Language and Literature department alumni held a graduation dinner last night and, while my lecturers were keen on giving their speech, I snapped a few pictures of the dining table. Just to kill time.

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Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry is not a name that's alien to the photography world. His works are famous for documenting human lives and struggles. Here, I have one of my favourites. A picture of two indian men on a locomotive train parked in front of Taj Mahal. There's just something about this picture that intrigues me. Perhaps it's the train which made it look so rich.

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uneetee's shirts

Now from belts I'm starting to obsess on t-shirts. Somebody just shoot me please. I can't help it. The prints on uneetee.com's shirts are so adorable I can't resist ordering one for myself (yeah right. As if I can). It actually goes like this. Everyday, a designer will submit his or her design and gets a chance to win $1500. The sales of the designs are only for a limited time. Therefore to get them shirts with your favourite designs, you have to be real quick. Before they're sold out. Now I'm serious, folks. Not tryin' to pull your leg.

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Grosgrain Ribbon Belts

I have a thing for belts. Especially when they come in bold, striking colours like these. These Lindsay Designs ribbon belts go really well with plain Ts and jeans and the good news is, they aren't that expensive either!

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Rodney Smith

I thought Rodney Smith's pictures are quirky. And clever. I love this one particular piece because it's amusing to see a woman standing in the middle of a lake with her chair and with swans passing by. This is genius.

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Tree Bed

Shawn Lovell has some interesting arrays of furniture designs. The tree bed (above) is one of them. It gives a dreamy effect of living in the forests in comfortable white sheets and pillows-- enabling imagination to live at its wildest.

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The Lady in the Water

This Jen Shumate's picture is untitled therefore I gave it a title. I love the mysterious sense the picture creates. Like what is the woman doing in the water? Why is she wearing red? Is she trying to commit suicide? Why are the bushes upside down? You know...these are questions to ponder.

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A New Semester

The new semester has just begun. And I'm glad because this will be my final semester (hopefully).

{Running girls picture from chromasia.com}

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Origami: Bone Folders

There are so many things you can do with origami and that include bone folders. I posted this picture because I love the prints on the fabrics. They’re so pretty.

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Wee planets

The above picture is one of gladl’s projects on ‘Wee planets’. You’d be surprise to learn that you can actually make your own planet. Listen to what gladl has to say:
“To build a 360°x180° panorama you have to take pictures on all directions, but not only on the horizon. You should also shoot the sky (zenith) and the ground (nadir). A missing zenith is not important if you only plan to build a planet”.

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Miss Dior Couture

Miss Dior Couture is a fashion blog that intrigues me. Despite giving updates on the fashion world, I love the way she customises her blog. It’s a resemblance of a fashion scrapbook with scribblings here and there. Brilliant. I’ve never seen any other blogs as authentic and fresh as hers.

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