July 28, 2010

Weddology: ideas for pictures

It’s Wednesday, so here is my weekly post on weddings. This time, I’ve chosen to show you some original ideas to have non-standard looking pictures.

A photo booth-like session looks like fun.

Up in the air. They look very Katie Sokoler, don't they?

Lying on the floor.

Maybe it isn't such a bad idea to get an Lomo Underwater camera, ha ...

All pictures via We heart it

July 27, 2010

5 websites I like from 5 different countries

1) From Argentina:
This site lets you flip through magazines from all over the world. They’re grouped in different subjects and you can zoom the imagines in so you’re able to read even the small print.

2) From Australia:
There’re lots of different cards, note pads and whatever kind of stationery you might think of. I particularly love the following mouth watering items!

3) From Finland:
They post about cutting edge fashion and not only that, they also teach you how to get the look they’re posting about. They also sell amazing items online.

4)From the UK:
I’ve only had access to its online version which is great; there are lots of nice and original videos and pictures. It’s a delight to anybody’s eyes.

5) From the USA:
Rococo’s posts are unique; the collages they make are breath taking, the print they use is beautiful and they tell stories about the pictures. I can’t explain what this is about, you have to click the link and check for yourself. They have an Etsy shop where you can get vintage clothes.

I like it cute

1) I want this Alice in Wonderland lipstick by Paul & Joe so bad! I don’t think I’d ever wear it, but it’s so cute!

2) Aren’t these tea bags by Yanko Design awesome? I want a full closet of them, haha.

3) I love Lola Goldstein's cute pottery.
I'm glad I've got mine!

4) These piggy banks by Bobo would make a nice gift, don’t you think?

5) Mish, Mish, Mish edited by Moncho Ediciones is a book I’m definitely going to buy the next time I get my paycheck. It compiles pictures of cats made by different artists. I’m so sad I missed its presentation! =( The set up was cat inspired; the book came inside a paper bag (like the ones they use to put the cat treats in, at least here in Argentina), there was food displayed in cat plates and the guests made their own pictures and hung them on the walls >*.*<.

July 26, 2010

Pop concert on Friday: Leo García

This Friday I had the unexpected chance to see one of my favorite Argentine indie pop singers: Leo García. As I was heading to the country in the van, I saw a poster which said he was playing on Friday night. I got super excited because I hadn0’t seen him in a while, but I didn’t have much money with me :/. I told my friend Val about it and she bought two tickets =), so we went together.

The concert was pure fun!

And I even got to say hi to him and he signed a poster for me.