When i saw Joanna William’s vintage prints, textiles, garments, and jewelry for the fashion and interiors industries i just found them not only amazing, but also a great mixture of items coming from all over the world. It’s William’s job to travel and discover new culture trends, and from her experience was born Kneeland Co., an appointment-only studio which sources all her wonderful stuff. I love the colors, and just came to my mind also the last video from Of Montreal, which Andrea recently showed me. Have a colorful afternoon!
nothing new, just monday morning, cup of coffee and nice music.
Death Cab For Cutie’s Home Is A Fire music video, by artist Shepard Fairey and Death Cab bassist Nicholas Harmer. The song is from Death Cab for Cutie’s exquisite new album, Codes And Keys, available from May 31, 2011 on Atlantic Records. Here is an exctract of Shepard’s though: “I love the democracy of music and I’m always excited to bundle visual art with great music. Nick sent me the lyrics to Home Is A Fire and they evoked the duality of “home” both as a place you inhabit, and also as a place that inhabits or traps you. One’s relationship with home might be complicated, but ultimately it can be a two-way dialogue, of which we can at least affect one-way.”
Wall Street, a track from Battle’s new album Gloss Drop, was filmed by La Blogoteque in The Hotel de Ville, the magnificent city hall and mayor’s office in the centre of Paris. This is the latest of their Take Away Shows, ceck more from them on their website. The Take away shows are la Blogotheque’s first video podcasts. Every week, they invite an artist or a band to play in the streets, in a bar, a park, or even in a flat or in an elevator, filmig then the whole session. Of course, what makes the beauty of it is all the little incidents, hesitations, and crazy stuff happening unexpectingly.