Daniel Radcliffe shot by Alan Clarke for GQ

Light Graffiti

Halo is a light in aerosol can. By French designer Aissa Logerot. It shaped like a bottle of spray paint, the LED light can change colors and brightness on the fly and while it's powered by an internal battery that can be charged by shaking of the can.
Photos by Illum, Eibx and Recycle Bean on Flickr

Christian Faur's Crayon Art

Christian Faur created the pixel work which is composed of hundreds of different colored crayons. He assembles more than 1000,000 hand crayons of his own shades.
From his artists statement "The things that inspire me to create, I find, are buried deep within the structures and systems that form the underpinning of our natural world. My studies in the natural sciences have made me aware of these hidden layers of complexity present in even the simplest objects. These invisible layers are seen most clearly through the lens of logic, which is used to decipher the underlying rules and laws that govern the physical world."

Bregje Heinen


Reading this.

I'll keep my review till after I've finished. Oooh the suspense.

Gorgeous lightastic portrait.

Rihanna and her lovely clothes again! tusk tusk....

Romantic selection :-)

Anna Sui's 2010 military look...

Giles Deacon Spring 2010

I love the neon pink and citrus colours in this collection and the fitted and detailed dresses are now definitely on my dream wardrobe list. Showing in Paris Deacon said, "You have to make it more concise here," he said. "I just wanted to do more real-life, obtainable clothes." With shades of Scooby Doo silliness the accessories are really fun and the Dinosaur Bag is too cute for school!!! With all the spiders and silver, it's got me all inspired for Halloween.

Just want it!

Your Inner Kitty

Designer Dr. Romanelli has operated on Hello Kitty to discover her inner beauty! And look at how fun she is right to the core. This doll comes out in shops in 2010.