Smith & Abrahams.


Between all the vintage stores, coffee shops and art galleries that are beginning to line Sir Lowry Road in Woodstock is a little corner of old-school rad that is Smith & Abrahams. I went to go talk business with the faces behind the names... View Article

Cover Story.


I know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but nothing beats a great book that ALSO happens to be good looking. These covers caught my eye before I turned the first page and luckily, most of them have turned out to be beautiful both inside and outside... View Article

Book of the week: Pheromone by Christopher Marley


Christopher Marley's graceful arrangements of jewel like arthropods and delicate butterflies transform the world of insects into stunning works of art. His keen eye for design combines with his entomological passion to produce mesmerizing kaleidoscopic bug mandalas and striking up-close-and-personal single insect portraits. These photographs present the insects in their natural state, none of the images are digitally enhanced. View Article

Book of the week: Harmonia Macrocosmica


I found this giant  book in our library, loved the images but could only fit parts of it in the scanner so here are a few snippets from the Harmonia Macrocosmica- A star atlas written by Andreas Cellarius and originally published in 1660. It contains copper plate prints depicting the world systems of Claudius Ptolemy, Nicolaus Copernicus and Tycho Brahe as well as maps of the classical and Christian constellations. View Article

Book of the week: Goth-Icky by Charles S. Anderson


A macabre menagerie of morbid monstrosities- Goth-Icky is produced by Pop ink, which is the result of over two decades of work by the Charles S. Anderson Design Company and is based on one of the most extensive and highly awarded image collections in the world. Pop Ink transforms ordinary objects into into objects of art.

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Book of the week: Sanderson by Mary Schoeser


For 150 years Sanderson has been in the vanguard of every significant movement in European decorative arts, from Arts and Crafts and Art Deco to 1980's country house style and the vibrant interiors of the 21st century, shaping a distinctively English type of decoration beloved throughout the world. Sanderson started out as a company producing and designing wallpapers and these are some designs from their archives... View Article
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