I started blogging because I so admired Tish's work... And I never take for granted the honor of being the guest "poster" on her blog. Today, come see what I do with a suitcase full of color... ... View the Post
Archives for February 2013
February 2013 - Page 3 of 3
Another hard-to-find, but really fascinating book. The author guides one step by step in a process of identifying favorite color palettes. The book has a definite Japanese feel, and once in a while you'll run into a word used in a way you wouldn't have expected (I would guess because it's been translated), but overall it's an eye-opening new way to think about colors. I'll post more from Colorist, because it is out of print and rather expensive to purchase. But if you really like to be challenged in your ways of looking at the world, I recommend this book highly.
Below is the 2nd exercise in the book. You could of course get all deconstructionist about this and start debating what he means when he ... View the Post
I'm not going to share with you what I wore last week, because with the exception of two days in the office, I wore flannel pajamas. Constantly. For five days, while I recovered from a stomach virus of Olympic strength. Instead, I've aggregated all of the accessories that I wore during January, for our consideration.Bear in mind that the REAL Project 333 starts with 33 items of clothing AND ACCESSORIES for three months, and that there are lots of people making that work beautifully. I'm currently doing the sissies version of 333, which has 33 items of clothing and unlimited accessories.
First up are my shoes - only seven pair, including two pair (the black & white, and the gold) which many people wouldn't wear during the ... View the Post
February 2, 2013 To make up for my paltry blogging efforts this week as my household battles the Norovirus, I now present for your study the very lovely Poppy Red, with the Common Capsule Wardrobe, the Common Work Capsule Wardrobe, and the Common Warm Capsule Wardrobe. This is indeed a color that works with everything!
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