Don’t believe what your eyes see. These baby vests aren’t from a newborn brand ad campaign, they are part of “Fourteen”, a series of ceramic objects decorated with war imagery by Catherine Russell.
The drawings of Jacinthe Chevalier are playful and childlike, but Jacinthe is no longer a kid. The Canadian illustrator and artist likes everything related to childhood, especially the freedom and spontaneity of the gesture, and the naive aspect of kid’s drawings.
Seven restaurants in London, a street kitchen bus and a new site hosted in shipping containers by the Thames…that’s Wahaca, winner of the best sustainable restaurant group in the UK this year. Sustainable and for sure innovative.
It was the main attraction at last year’s Venice Art Biennale : The Clock by Christian Marclay, a spectacular and hypnotic 24-hour art video. In NY this summer; don’t miss it !
It’s new and we really liked it. The first edition of the Monocle Country Fayre took place this week end, in parallel to the Marylebone Summer Fayre in London. Pirate fishing game, live farm animals, face painting, products stalls, food, etc. A good mix for urban kids and stylish parents.
“With children so easily fixated by computers, mobile phones, mp3 players and game play consoles – and at an ever increasing early age – some parents are expressing concerns that their children are becoming socially withdrawn. There’s a worry that children will start to lose the social skills that are nurtured through traditional group play” says Carl Shaw, ‘Head Honcho’ of www.toyella.com.
Just released, “Playful Homes” by Andrew Weaving is not just another publication on kid’s rooms. The 240 pages book features twelve family homes, all designed