This is the first Week in Pictures that I have gotten around to doing in October. Wait, did I just say October? Where has this year gone?!! Over the last two weeks, I have spent time at two agencies, done two rush jobs, accepted two new clients and though it feels great to be busy, sometimes blogging inevitably slows down in the process.
One of the first things I noticed when I returned from New York was that my brother had been on a major taxidermy binge. When I walked into our house, I was totally freaked out by the stillborn baby deer that had taken up residence on our fireplace mantle! Additionally, a white (goat? ram?) creature has also moved in. I’ve told him that enough is enough, but he’s on a roll…and there’s no stopping him! We have at least four deer and a bear head as well.
My brother loves frequenting estate sales and I decided to join him to see what the big deal was about. In the process, I found a box of tiny vintage keys for a few dollars. I am still not sure what I am going to do with these, but either way, I love the variety of shapes.
This is the future. I have been mixing distressed clothing items with extreme silhouettes of shoes (these Chloes from the side are very hoof-like); I am interested in how the fashion landscape is now compared to the way we thought the future would be. To me, it is all very post-apocalyptic and un-polished…and I love that.
I grabbed this Comme des Garcons postcard at one of their temporary outposts when I was in New York; I love the simplicity of the design. As you can guess, the store was very very black.
Two weeks ago, I went on a belated birthday trip to visit some llamas. Stop by on Monday for the full story! One of my favorites was this multicolored beauty; I think her name is Mary Patricia.
I have so much that I want to share with you but it’s time to get back to work! I’ve been hanging out with the Nemo boys this week and there’s much more to do. Readers: Do you have any big weekend plans?