Apple vs. Android – Simple Says It

I moved from Android to Apple a few months ago. Bought a new laptop (Macbook Pro) and a new Phone (iPhone 7) all at once and never looked back. I got all fed up with Android and Windows operating systems acting all freedom-of-choice on me. I want them to have only one choice – Work…

Sara Berman’s Closet of Feminism

Sara Berman is not a celebrity but she’s portrayed at the NY Met. She’s a simple woman that got divorced in the 80’s and have taken here independence with both hands. She rented her own apartment in Greenwich Village, she vowed to only wear White and she proclaimed her order of things with a particularly organized closet. Her…

Shamir Brings In The Groove

This Thursday music throw-out will be handled with care by Shamir, Brilliantly made in 2014, Shamir is a talented young man (19) that have been writing lyrics for producers for few years before launching his own music career. As he writes in the song about his early obsession with music: Ever since I was eight…

Ian Cheng Brings Gaming and Art Together In A Brand New World Entirely

Ian Cheng creates art through video games engine. He describes his art as a continuous video game that plays itself “Cheng’s simulations evolve endlessly as self-contained ecosystems” writes the Met Museum in their abstract. Another cool thing about it is that the exhibition runs to a young and kicking space named ‘Twitch’, which is a very…

Satin Everything and Then Some

There’s a thing these days with Satin. Since I saw the massive Satin laces shoes I’ve been seeing Satin everywhere.

Tile Tour In Paris

I have a thing with tiles, floor tiles. I love the extreme variety there is, in colors, shapes, patterns, stone type, there are endless combinations. I track tiles on Instagram religiously, it’s easy through the various hashtags: #ihaveathingwithtiles #tileaddicts #tilelovers #tilesofig and more. But recently I discovered a fabulous Instagram account called Parisian Floors it displays beautiful tiles…

Mad About Normcore

I love the Normcore style, or may I say Attitude. Its normality is so special in this Kim K-Musically-Attention-grabbing age. You see simplicity that is not grabbing attention and it immediately grabs you. It reminds me of simpler times, low-tech times. The best quote I saw that describes Normcore is “finding liberation in being nothing special.”. The…

Koketit Turns Women Into Fashion Illustrations

Illustrating fashion, Shira Barzilay pictures a couture angle. Her illustration brand ‘Koketit’ is a fashion pleasure. Israel born and raised Shira studied fashion design at 17 and today she’s creative director of a fashion magazine. In her free time, she illustrates for her Instagram account, turning stylish women on the go into feminine unreal fashion muses. Here…

Eiko Ojala Digitizes Paper Art

  Eiko Ojala is a paper illustrator. I first saw his work back in 2013 and it was marvelous to see how one creates depth perception by digitally imitating an art crafted in a paper. Ojala makes it look as if that image was naturally supposed to be done with paper. His work is minimalistic…

Flowers and Fashion

Every season we look at the runways on Fashion week and see those colors and patterns. When you place these colors with nature’s colors you realize how much we are nature’s creatures. All images are from Fall 2017 Runways.

Marley Royalty

Selah Marley is only 18. Yes, 18. She is one of the six children of Lauryn Hill and Rohan Marley (Bob Marley’s son), which makes her royalty. By the way, her name means ‘rock’ in Hebrew. She has modeled on the runways of Kanye West, Calvin Klein, and Chanel and was the recent model for…

A Short Gray Dress

You may not know this but some parts of the world have already entered the hot days. Like my part of the world. For these warm days give me something short and soft, simple and effortless. Give me a simple short gray dress.