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The projects, travels and inspirations of an artist-maker-printmaker.

I’m glad Martha Stewart’s website was allowed to take some beautiful photos inside the Adamson House in Malibu. During a recent visit there I so wanted to record all of its amazing tilework. 

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#los angeles  #travel  #historic house  #malibu tile  #malibu 
East London Printmakers. Run by their own group of keyholders, all profits rolled back into keeping their awesome shop running. Super nice group of people to boot!

East London Printmakers. Run by their own group of keyholders, all profits rolled back into keeping their awesome shop running. Super nice group of people to boot!

— 1 year ago with 10 notes
#print studio  #print shop  #printmaking  #london  #travel 
Real Renaissance Suites/Faux Renaissance Suites, St Louis. 

Real Renaissance Suites/Faux Renaissance Suites, St Louis. 

— 1 year ago
#trompe l'oeil  #travel  #scenic painting  #hotel  #st louis 

Sketch is absolutely worth a visit when in London. Martin Creed’s installation in the Gallery Restaurant is unbelievable. We didn’t want a whole sit-down affair, so popped into The Parlour for high tea one afternoon. 

— 1 year ago with 3 notes
#eat  #london  #travel  #tea  #restaurant  #art 

RA is an amazing concept store in Antwerp. Emerging fashion talent from Antwerp and abroad, art installations, cafe, stunning vintage. Unlike any store I’ve ever been in.

— 3 years ago with 1 note
#antwerp  #travel  #shopping  #clothing  #Galleries 

Hotel Du Nord is a much-blogged about spot and was so worth the trip over there. It sits on a lovely canal and our lunch was very special. Here is me and my Daddy at lunch! 

— 3 years ago with 1 note
#eat  #food  #Paris  #travel  #restaurants  #family 
Borough Market is such a great spot. When I headed there with my parents we ate upstairs at Roast right by the windows looking down at shoppers and lunchtime-drinkers in the neighboring streets.

Borough Market is such a great spot. When I headed there with my parents we ate upstairs at Roast right by the windows looking down at shoppers and lunchtime-drinkers in the neighboring streets.

— 3 years ago
#london  #travel  #eat  #food  #market  #family 

The Pompidou Centre. There were two major highlights during our day here. The first was the exhibition, Dreamlands. It was about the human propensity for creating fantastical themepark-like cities and tourist destinations. The second was an amazing lunch shared with my parents at Restaurant Georges up on the sixth floor. It had a stunning view of the city (that we could just make out through the fog) and the decor was something else.

— 3 years ago
#museums  #exhibition  #Paris  #family  #eat  #travel 
Tape Bar was a very cool but very tiny little bar near the Bastille. We had drinks outside in the streets on a mild, lively evening.

Tape Bar was a very cool but very tiny little bar near the Bastille. We had drinks outside in the streets on a mild, lively evening.

— 3 years ago
#drink  #bars  #Paris  #travel 

Foam Museum was a much-anticipated photography gallery/museum that didn’t disappoint. They had a beautiful backyard area that unfortunately wasn’t open due to the weather. They have a fantastic journal that I could have bought their entire back-catalog of, but had to settle for just one copy.

— 3 years ago with 1 note
#Galleries  #garden  #photography  #amsterdam  #travel 
Look Mum No Hands. Great coffee shop/bike shop on Old Street. 

Look Mum No Hands. Great coffee shop/bike shop on Old Street. 

— 3 years ago with 3 notes
#london  #travel  #coffee  #eat  #cafe