It's curious how the mind can take something and run with it isn't it? There I was - gazing at the beautiful imperfections and tactile textures on our last post whilst my mind was busy deciding for me that creases are in fact - oh-so-beautiful-and-fascinating.Read More
Tucked down a side street in busy Covent Garden, we walked into this sight.
Prior to seeing this. I would never have guessed at how pleased the sight of peachy pink vinyl covered shop windows would make me. I would also not have guessed that I would shamelessly stand there staring before approaching to touch the air bubbles and creases that were so alluringly tactile in that moment.Read More
We had a bit of a lightbulb movement recently, the kind accompanied by imaginary little bells ringing and a big smile! The word "flâneur" recently fell into our sights and it struck a chord.Read More
With a descriptive approach inspired by George Perec's Life: A User's Manual, we enjoy envisioning the probable scenarios behind some of the situations we notice doing our ordinary daily movements.Read More
Most pertinent to Super Ordinary Life, when George Nelson was not designing or running his office of over 70 members, he was never without his camera. He was not on an artistic pursuit of artful compositions. He was relentlessly snapping away to record the things that caught his eye. It was from this fascination with images that his obsession with what he termed Visual Literacy was born.Read More
What looks like a sudden and violent end to this panel of reinforced glass, looks like art to others, like us. Can anything be more subjective than art? Even the perception of what falls within its boundaries, is subjective.Read More
The the idea of "accidental art" has been a long-term fixation of ours. Examples of colours and textures brought together by chance, age or even neglect can be satisfyingly artful to our eyes.Read More