Hi guys! Are you still out there? So it’s been about a whole year and a half, since I published my last post. Since then I’ve been pregnant, become a mom, been on maternity leave and is now back a work. I guess somewhere in the middle of it all, I lost track of updating bumbumbum.me. But I’ve never stopped keeping myself updated. And so, I think bumbumbum.me has had it’s last update, but if you still want to be inspired you can follow me over at Pinterest Please come join me! http://pinterest.com/ceciliefb. XOXO Cecilie
French photographer Jean-François Lepage has some amazing photographs in his portfolio. Love the way he uses color. Via Mood Proekt
By far the cutest and coolest ongoing photo series I”ve seen in quite a while! The tumbler “Maddie the Coonhound” is a photo series by Atlanta-based photographer Theron Humphrey who’s traveling to all 50 states, dog in tow, over the next year. Via Colossal
I”m in love with the beautiful watercolor illustrations by Berlin-based graphic designer and illustrator Ekaterina Koroleva.
Macarbre, surreal and yet very fascinating photos of skrinked wrapped people by Japanese photographer Hal.
The very beautiful “Sky Series” by Eric Cahan needs no further explanation. Hilther Hills NY – Sunrise 6:52 am Manzanillo Costa Rica – Sunset 5:09 pm Palm Beach FL – Sunrise 6:33 pm Pacific Heights San Francisco CA – Sunrise 6:35 am Punta Cana Dominican Repulic – Sunrise 6:58 am Venetian Causeway FL – Sunset 6:54 pm Stevens Cove Block Island – Sunset 7:41 pm Via but does it float
Amazing graphic b/w photos shot for Qiu Hao F/W 2011 Serpens by photographer Matthieu Belin. Via Moodboard
I am loving the shapes and colors of these 3D prints. Very bubblegum-ish. “Quasi-Objects” by Lorenzo Oggiano is an art project consisting of 3D generated videos and prints. Via but does it float
As one of my readers, Jan, pointed out last week, I sure had a long Christmas break from blogging. So true! But I”m back and with happy news too, even though it may lead to, me not posting as reguarly as before. There”s a little something I”m expecting in August and that means I’m reading not-so-cool-baby-stuff-blogs instead of just design and art blogs at the moment. Still I hope you will be reading my posts in the future. I’ll start the week with these gorgeous and original 3D posters that Amy Rodchester made for the Newcastle Festival of Dance. Via design work life
Hi guys. My work load have increased at bit during the past month or so and it will not soften down in December. Therefore I”ve decided to take some time of from bumbumbum. Because I want to give it all I got, when I’m blogging. Otherwise it wouldn”t be bumbumbum. I’ll be back in January. Have a great Christmas, everyone. And thank you for an excellent 2011.