June 05, 2013

L I F E / Current Moodboard

 photo loveaestheticsmoodboardinterior.jpg
Instead of taping images on the wall, I made more of a 3D type of moodboard on an empty shelf with objects that have grabbed my attention lately.
marble printed paper
blank paper
three mints
clear clothes hanger
iittala glass container

27 comments:

Andi Cui said...

AMAZING!
Love the minimal vibe and the pureness of it!

Andi

http://andicui.blogspot.com.es/

TeuntjeVDW said...

You keep surprising me! A-ma-zing! xx.

Eline said...

simpel en rust. Mooi!

The visual love said...

Marble and transparent stuff, what more do we need?

My Gaby said...

love your new tatoo!

http://yourdulde.blogspot.com/

Karen Buckley said...

I really like this post.
As a textile designer myself, I think its great to look at everyday objects and gain inspiration from them :)

Its nice to see such a fantastic picture of items taken for granted by us all!

Karen @ Quarter-Life Creative

Álvaro said...

this still life give a lot of peace and calm. But at the same time something mysterious is behind it...

I love it!

Milex said...

you've got my love

JASMINA said...

I agree with Álvaro :)!
Many greetings...

FASHION SNAG said...

Love it!

www.FashionSnag.com

Sarah said...

I always enjoy your moodboards, yet another gateway into your amazing mind!

Shelly said...

Ivania! What is this square thing right under the transparent hanger?

The design looks great though! As always.

http://bythewear.blogspot.in/

Tatiana Kurnosova said...

Stunning!

xx
Tatiana
http://tatiana-kurnosova.blogspot.ru/

Anonymous said...

Wit marmer is echt eenfavoriet geworden! Heb er een hele maquette uit gemaakt! Jij bent echt een inspiratie voor me xx

SABINNA and DAVID said...

I love that hanger!

xx, Sabinna and David
Broken Cookies

LIGHT-MATTER said...

I do the same, have done this since I was little (making museum exhibitions in my room). Nowadays it's mostly a collection of broken lightbulbs and screws I found on the street.

Shann V said...

I don't understand the concept behind some of these objects because I can't even recognise them but I like the simplicity of them together all the same.

The Fashann Monster

Rosa Shand said...

I love this! I really enjoy reading your blog - you have such a unique and amazing sense of minimalism and design that I adore!

rosa & fox
http://rosaandfox.com

Ilona de Vries said...

so simple and creative, i love it!

http://lovelynoah.blogspot.nl/

Christian said...

amazing photos :)


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thanks for the hype.

theclosetopener said...

Chic, Simple and timeless as always.

Alexa Carey said...

Wow that's a cool idea
http://lexiluthor.blogspot.com/

Camomille said...

so minimalistic and pure :)

I would like to see you on my blog :) http://www.blogger.com/home

MARJOLEIN from NEVER TOO POLISHED.COM said...

Het marmer papier ziet er super echt uit! Heel mooi.

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Alexander Hernández Schröder said...

Wow!, i really like the Marble printed paper, did you made it or there is a place to buy it??


www.kemboyen.blogspot.com
Take a look if you have some time :)

emi said...

i have such a penchant for black but the lure of transparent forms and the lightness you've captured so eloquently in this photo is quite refreshing. nice, nice.

Anni said...

This just looks amazing! I'd love to know, too, where you got the marble paper or how you made it yourself because it's exactly what I'm looking for!