Archive for the ‘Strange and Odd’ Category

I recently revisited some gorgeous lighting fixtures and furnishings by designer Marjorie Skouras and decided to delve deeper into her style. Boy, was I blown away. She obviously has no fear in her design choices and her own house is crazy good with color and whimsy. After passing through the damask door (love!!) you are greeted […]


“When I saw the hordes of parrots of several hundred birds, I was very scared, it was like, I had fallen into the movie “bird” directed by Hitchcock. Birds in this photo were brought to Japan as pets from the tropics in 70’s, and went feral; settling in Tokyo. Parrots should not be in Tokyo. […]


“If your heirs won’t fight over it, we won’t make it.” That is how committed Jonathan Adler is to creating a great product. In a fairly short amount of time Adler has grown a rather large empire after launching his first ceramic collection in 1994 at Barneys New York. He now has 20 stores worldwide, a […]


At first I thought this was just someone having fun with taxidermy however it turns out to be an actual exhibit that runs through February 3rd at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. Photographer Klaus Pichler is the best person to describe the series and be sure to check out his other works on his […]


These photo collages by Katrine Kalleklev blend old photos with various animal heads to create an odd yet nostalgic look at strange days gone by.  Check out more of her sketches, illustration, and black and white photos on her website.    pb Spotted on Lustik


Apparently the love of the burger is not confined to the U.S., elusive French graphic designers who go only by Quentin and Thomas are behind the glorious Fat & Furious Burger, a blog that celebrates the burger in detailed photo shoots. “We were so bored of random food at lunch, so we started cooking together,”It soon […]


Thomas Barbey

15Jan13

These fantastic photo manipulations are the work of Thomas Barbey.  He uses either a Mamiya RB 67 or several old Canon AE-1s to shoot the photos and then overlaps negatives until he obtains the right mix. To see more visit the gallery on his website. pb Spotted on 123 Inspiration