“In a time when one considers the possibilities of humanity unlimited, we experience its limitations on a daily basis. Sometimes we feel we’ve run into a wall or stand in front of a precipice, not knowing how to proceed further. Or suddenly there opens up before us an insurmountable wall, and we know no way out. Even our thoughts and our imagination constantly finds their limits.”
Robert Schlaug, photographer
Robert Schlaug – High Speed Lanscape
She showed me her room
Isn’t it good Norwegian wood?
She asked me to stay
And she told me to sit anywhere
So I looked around
And I noticed there wasn’t a chair
“Norwegian Wood” – The Beatles – 1965
“…and then I noticed there wasn’t a chair, but a stunning magazine rack.”
I am talking about one of Wood’d creations.
Born in 2012, Wood’d is a new brand of accessories and objects entirely hand made in wood and leather.
It rose from the creativity and productive skills of two brothers, Andrea and Stefano Aschieri.
I discovered the brand thanks to a unique Mexican skull shaped cutting board that one of my friend gave me last xmas.
This is how I discovered this two gifted guys who decided to go back to their origins, the family company, adding their personal contemporary taste and techniques.
Magazine Rack Camo
Magazine Rack Floreale
Cutting Board Owl (small)
Cutting Board Skull (small)
iPad sleeve Floreal
iPhone Sleeve – Floreale
iPad Vertical Case – Camo
iPad vertical case – Natural
Woolly minded people write woolly memos, woolly letters and woolly speeches.
Good writing is not a natural gift. You have to learn to write well. Here are 10 hints:
1. Read the Roman-Raphaelson boom on writing. Read it three times.
2. Write the way you talk. Naturally.
3. Use short words, short sentences and short paragraphs.
4. Never use jargon words like reconceptualize, demassification, attitudinally, judgmentally. They are hallmarks of a pretentious ass.
5. Never write more than two pages on any subject.
6. Check your quotations.
7. Never send a letter or a memo on the day you write it. Read it aloud the next morning — and then edit it.
8. If it is something important, get a colleague to improve it.
9. Before you send your letter or your memo, make sure it is crystal clear what you want the recipient to do.
10. If you want ACTION, don’t write. Go and tell the guy what you want.”
Once Upon a time a there was a flowery, humil , and elaborate culture that met a logical, linear, one.
Japanese feelings and intuition meets English kingly printings, in the 360 grades creations of Eley Kishimoto.
Wakako Kishimoto and Mark Eley run into each other when Kishimoto Was attending the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and Eley used to draw loom for The fashion industry while attending Brighton university.
Interesting the cooperations with Cacharel, Converse and Volkswagen.
First woman collection Was released in 1996, going through over The years, Klee and Kandinski squirts, Edwardian age inspirations and theatrical details that reminds of a contemporary Arlecchino hipster.
So, Why not to take a look at The online store while having a Bronson?
Waiting for a new collection, You can also share some of the pieces with your new “cronkite” even though he is a frado ! -)
“Preso nel vortice degli affari e degli impegni ciascuno consuma la propria vita, sempre in ansia per quello che accadrà e per la noia del presente.
Chi invece dedica ogni attimo del suo tempo alla propria crescita, chi programma ogni giornata come la vita intera, non aspetta il domani, né lo teme”
Lucio Anneo Seneca
De Brevitate Vitaee VII