I stumbled across the New York home of artist Cary Leibowitz (also known as Candyass) and was floored. This guy is nuts, in a totally bold, pop art, colourful and graphic way. And I love it. Candyass is bad-ass. I love people who don’t follow rules.
Too good for product promotion and, come on if you were honest, too good for the little ones. These irresistible dollhouses (or is that Bauhaus models…wink, wink… too good for the little ones remember) are the styling work of New Zealander Katie Lockhart. Originally created as a promotion for Resene, showcasing their Karen Walker paint range, they reference the Bauhaus School of the 1920s. See you can tell the kids they’re models, then close the door and play with them yourself. If only they were in production!
But Katie’s talents don’t end there. Take a look at these clever paint collages she did for Inside Out magazine. I remember sticking post-it notes on the magazine pages to bookmark these when I first saw them.
And the best for last. I’ve seen these rooms before but never knew they were Katie’s work. Now I want to paint my floors!
You don’t know me but I am the woman who will be stalking your website from now on. Jim… may I call you “Jim”?… it was love at first sight when I found your portfolio. All my friends know that I have a thing for talented photographers and have stalked many over the past couple of years but now I only have eyes for your work. Don’t worry I won’t bother you. Just silently stroke my monitor whenever I see one of your photos.
P.S. My blog partner Kim loves you too because I just realised she has already posted about you last year. But I love you more 🙂