Late Night Chameleon Cafe (LN-CC)
In collaboration with the Huichol people of Mexico, the Late Night Chameleon Cafe (LN-CC) created a series of beaded skulls in the traditional style of the Huichol. The skull is cast from resin and each skull features intricate craftsmanship.
The Huichol people believe in the power of the Sun God, ancestor spirits and the four principle deities – Deer, Corn, Peyote and the Eagle. They live in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Mexico and have a long history of creating beaded art.
Paula Bonet is a spanish illustrator who studied fine arts in Spain and completed her studies in NY, Chile and Italy. She has participated in many exhibitions and sells her work to customers from all around the world. She has a very particular and cute style. She usually draws girls and, if you are lucky, she can draw you! You just have to send her a picture! If you wanna know more, follow her on Facebook and Twitter and look for the #drawmysideface project! You can also follow her on Pinteres.
Some of The New Yorker greatest covers
The magazine was first launched 1925 and nowadays is one of the most well-known magazines -even if the articles are mostly focused on NY-. In addition, it is one of the only magazines that still uses illustrated covers.
This travel guide makes me wanna go back home!
Barcelona ♥ ♥ ♥
The project is the visual identity of the travel guide Dwell. The design is beautiful, elegant and inspiring. You can find ti at Behance.
Reality and fiction
Current/Elliott just launched they last collection in collaboration with Mary Katrantzou. This “girl” with an unpronounceable family name is only 29 years old an she has already worked for Rodarte, Alexandre Wang, Louboutin, Topshop, … I love everything she does. The patterns are colorful, futuristic, feminin and classy all at the same time.