This novel tells the beautiful but sad love story of one of America's biggest writers and his first and probably most loved wife. The story reads like a diary and gives a magnificent inside look into the life of Hadley and Ernest Hemingway and their struggles of being (the wife of) a poor, young, upcoming writer in Paris in the 1920's
Now our future home is growing slowly but surely, I felt like it was time to share another moodboard with you guys. Today I finally completed the third moodboard for our future home; the moodboard for our bedroom.
Two years ago the first documentary series presented by Mr. Jeroen Krabbé did portray the work and life of Vincent Van Gogh. In this year's series Mr. Krabbé takes us on a trip through France, Spain and Italy, following the footsteps of the richest, most famous and most talented artist that has ever lived; Pablo Picasso.
Today exactly one year ago Morrie&Me launched its very first blogpost. And as you guys know, throughout the year many more have followed. To celebrate this milestone we made a selection of this year's favorite posts. What are your favorites?
Design duo Kranen/Gille can celebrate ten years of designing with their solo-exhibition 'The industrial character of Kranen/Gille'. About 40 pieces of their design, un-commissioned work and prototypes give the visitors an insight into the world of Kranen/Gille.
Having a mom that could easily be crowned 'the Queen of Mandalas', I decided to try out making some abstract work as well. So this weekend I sat down and made my first ever abstract illustration. The biggest surprise of all; it suited me better than I'd ever imagined!
The Muse is one of those books you simply can't put aside. You have to keep reading until the puzzle is complete. I loved the historic contexts of this story, taking place in two very different and both really interesting times and places. On top of that there's this question, will in the end the truth be revealed or not?
'Minimalism' is a fascinating documentary about minimizing your life. A life in which less means more. A lifestyle conflicting with the western ideal in which materialism equals happiness. We've all heard of Marie-does it spark joy-Kondo who taught us how to get rid off all the stuff that we don't need. Well, for some people that is only the beginning.
Not having heard of Strange Books before, my first thought was that a publisher with such a remarkable name could only publish books that are well ... kind of strange. It turns out that my first impression was absolutely right; Strange Medicine is a book filled with crazy, funny and very peculiar stories.
What better way to start the weekend than with a freshly finished illustration?! This week's illustration challenge was to draw this beautiful portrait of Jean Seberg, an American actress from the '50s who unfortunately got more famous for the tragedies surrounding her personal life than for her big screen performances.