Rebecca Toh got the idea for this Portrait Project came about when she realized how far away she was from the people she admires. Then she remembered that she has a camera... "and that with a camera one always has the perfect excuse to get closer, to walk into lives, to achieve a form of intimacy that is usually unattainable. I hope this photo project will eventually be a record of some of these moments spent with these wonderful, super-talented people."
Creative People Projects only shows us how much creativity there is on this side of the planet ... and that so much more can be expected in the future...
I'm happy to be so close to these people and can't wait to meet some of them in person too.
Just some eye-candy for you today ... for me it is pure inspiration and that it is just what I am looking for this week ... my plans are creating small settings for some photography. What are your plans for the week?
The seres is called 'Table manners' and was produced for Elle Decoration NL January issue.
The beautiful photography and styling is done by Mirella Sahetapy from the Netherlands.
Enjoy your weekend everybody! Thanks for the Follow and I hope you will enjoy my pics! ~irene xoxo
Not sure where I was ... probably living under a rock :) but glad I found Coffeeklatch from Belgium today ... wow such a beautiful source of inspiration and eye-candy . Of course the site reminds me of the German FvF but we can never get enough of these kind of sites that gives you an intimate insight in the lives of creative people.
Coffeeklatch is a creative chitchat started by journalist Magali Elali and photographer Bart Kiggen. Coffeeklatch stands for ‘slow journalism using a fast medium’. Just sit back, relax, have a cup of coffee and enjoy. [MORE IMAGES after the break]
and yes he is from the Netherlands ... his style and sense for spaces is totally up my alley ... loving the rooms he touches. The images shown in this post are from differen projects he has done for different private spaces.
A lot of grey and dark tones throughout his portfolio but that doesn't bother me a bit in fact it even makes me consider painting a wall in my home grey too .... the combination with wood is just perfect and I have a lot of wooden furniture in my home so that could work well. The laether couch in the image below is probabbly a vintage one from the sixties or seventies and you just have to be lucky to score an item like that ... probably more luck in Europe than here in Asia.
Do like his style would love to hear your feedback! [MORE IMAGES AFTER THE BREAK]