Have you ever heard of him? Maybe you've read about "The Pale Blue Door" somewhere, that's how I got to meet him. That's, in my opinion, his greatest job so far. Tony had the brilliant idea of combining art and food in some sort of itinerant restaurant. He chooses a location (in any part of the world) for his set up, usually a derelict one, and then he creates his restaurant by means of old pieces of wood and whatever piece of junk he comes across. I'm so, so sorry I foud out he was coming to Buenos Aires when there were no more available tables; but who knows, I might be able to catch him somewhere else in the world ;).
"The Pale Blue Door" in Buenos Aires.
"The Pale Blue Door" in London.
I totally recommend checking his schedule on his blog. Unlike what you might think, it doesn't cost more than eating at a normal fancy restaurant (at least that was the case here in Bs. As.)
Erica Domesek from the USA
I love her blog! It's a constant source of inspiration. She has the most creative and coolest DIY posts. Here you have some of my favorite ones.
Eduardo Recife from Brazil
He's an amazing typographer and artist. If you check his website, you'll find downloadable fonts and lovely collages.
I don't know about you, but after going through so many amazing and creative ideas, I feel inspired to work on something that's been in my head for a few days :). Hope you've enjoy this little artistic ride! ;)