Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Disorderly Habits

Only cool stuff here..
and 30% discount now on your X-mas pressies...
Hurry....
Orderly habit to shop now...

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Edible Snow Globe

I'm a bit early with my X-mas goodies...
How cute are these edible globes...
Want, want, want...
Saw at Frankie..





Friday, November 21, 2014

Pinning you softly..

She keeps Mo√ęt et Chandon
In her pretty cabinet
"Let them eat cake", she says
Just like Marie Antoinette
A built-in remedy...
Beautiful lyrics from Queen
Killer Queen...
Happy Friday
Wanna try...

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Headfirst Coffee Roasters

Whenever in Amsterdam or the Jordaan make sure to stop by the best coffee in town..
Headfirst Coffee Roasters...yum...
Great place, greater coffee, best barrista's...
They roast the coffee themselves...
Made with lovvve...






Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Tattly

We all need a littl' help now and then...
This will do...
Lucky tattoo, conquer, horse shoe and the four leaf babe, a lot of choice...
I guess you are lucky...

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Nuukk

Cute stamp store in Berlin...Nuukk
Get creative...lovvve to stamp...
DIY Christmas cards, a cute littl' note...
Or just a bit of fun doodling around...
Have a look on her site...so much to see....




Monday, November 17, 2014

Moodboard Monday

Proud of our Pics & Poetry expo last Friday in Amsterdam...
Great eve, great DJ, great people...
And it tells me to grow...

Friday, November 14, 2014

Pinning you softly...

This line was written by Laser3.14, lovvv it...
Laser 3.14′s passion for graffiti began as a kid in the early 80’s; greatly inspired by early Amsterdam writers like Ego, Dr Smurry, Dragon, Collodi, Tarantula. In ‘84 he attended graphic school in Amsterdam: It was here where he met the brother of Harakiri, an artist who he, and many others, considered an old-school graffiti king: He taught Laser the ins and outs of tagging and much of what he knows to this very day.Around the early 1990’s, he began sketching and producing comics, illustrating, and writing poetry. Experimenting in this manner led him to showcasing much of what was produced. Towards the end of the 90’s he ran into an artistic impasse and felt the need to re-ignite a creative spark he felt had been lost. As a result, he went back to his roots; graffiti writing. It was at this point he began to utilize the city as his canvas, and turned his poetry into street art. This sounds so beautiful already...the city as his canvas and the poetry into street art..be inspired by him...