I remember seeing this riveting art print by Yellena James over on Dellie earlier this year and when I stumbled across this beauty of a bracelet by Kimm Smith, I was reminded of all the stunning colors in Yellena’s artwork.
I happened upon Bailey Doesn’t Bark, a shop by Brazilian designer Re Jin Lee, a little while ago and fell in love with their dotted gold notebooks. They reminded me of cellular structures and tests for colorblindness. Not too long after, while I was perusing the portfolio of MRK, one of his works brought me back to the fascinatingly designed notebooks by Bailey Doesn’t Bark. It’s almost like the notebooks could be long-lost cousins with MRK’s captivating work.
We’ve typically only shown two photos side by side in our Two of a Kind series, but today, I couldn’t help but share a few more photos of these two divine works.
I’m looking forward to when the poppies start blooming in my neck of the woods. There’s a hillside along the freeway nearby that after a good rain looks like it’s being engulfed by poppies.
Naturally, poppies always make me think of poppyseed muffins, my favorites being from Costco. It’s probably the only kind of muffin, save for a bran muffin, that I can eat in its entirety and doesn’t need a special sweet topping. It’s completely delicious from top to bottom.
Something to adorn your neck and your wall, both of which will thank you if they could speak. I love that these two items are almost like long-lost cousins, bearing such a striking resemblance to one another, from the colors and shapes seen in each.
For today’s Two of a Kind post, I just had to share these two beautiful images. They both have perfect shades of orange, which in nature is always so beautiful.
In the sunset photo, the orange is subtle and oh so dreamy and in this gorgeous stone, the orange is so bright and vibrant. Can you believe the stone is a painting?