1. Derek Root @ Monte Clark Gallery

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    All I have to say is wow! What a beautiful show and collection of work. I’ve never been to the Monte Clark Gallery in Toronto, but if I lived closer, I’d be checking out the work of Derek Root. His work has such a great energy to it. This particular series called “Curtains for the Bunker” is a little bit abstract and a lot geometric, but none the less, a perfect combination of color and design.

    To see more by Derek Root—->

  2. Design for Mankind // 8

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    It’s Friday and you know what that means!!! We’re back at it for another edition of Trending Graphics” over at Design For Mankind.  Wahooo! I was in need of some major color boost, so this week’s all about bold brush strokes! Stop over to Erin’s blog for a bright Friday post!

    Previous Trends:
    Week 1 // Geometric Assembly
    Week 2 // Typographic Packaging
    Week 3 // Double Exposure
    Week 4 // Vintage Inspired Graphics
    Week 5 // Ampersand Love
    Week 6 // Iconography 
    Week 7 // Handwritten

    * The above image is from  All Things Stylish on Tumblr

  3. Friday Finds & Favorites // 54

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    1. A really great shop for anyone hunting down some beautiful ceramic pieces.

    2. Really loving this sneak peek with Jennifer Sarkilahti on Design Sponge

    3. Remember the link about making a no knead bread a few weeks ago? Well Noemie of As Ink Remains made some for herself and it turned out awesome!

    4. An amazing shop full of colorful items from Copenhagen

    5. This gift wrapping pattern is to die for. It’s even pink and I like it…that means its awesome!

    6. Here is some great inspiration for some a summer evening get together.

    7. I’ll take it all please. Every last clothing item is stunning… Oh Collette!

    8. Looking for a really high quality canvas bag to lug everything around in? Here you go!

    9. These dripping paint pieces of pottery (wow tongue twister) are just stunning. I could totally DIY this.

    10. I really love this post on Thread the Choirs about morning light.

    Happy Weekend!

  4. INSPIRED BY RONNY BROECKX / CURATED BY AMY MOORE

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    Hello and happy Thursday, Veda readers!  One of my all time favorite types of art are abstract paintings.  For starters, I love that they are open to many interpretations depending on the viewer; secondly, there is much to be said about the subtleties inside the work…quiet distinctions that aren’t immediately noticeable, but become apparent upon further study.  These works from Ronny Broeckx, an artist from Antwerp, fit the bill for me completely.

    Art by Ronny Broeckx

     

  5. recreate it / 15

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    Hey everyone! I changed up the “look” of recreate it to be more in line with the look of The Veda House. What do you think?? I also took a risk these week pulling from Air BNB’s latest infographics by Kelli Anderson as a layout type instead of a magazine. I have a feeling I’ll be doing more of that in the future, so watch out!!

    The infographics by Kellie are hands down amazing (click to see more). Because she was working with type + shapes, she decided to make things interesting by using texture and layering, which is where my helpful hint of the day comes into play. When layering in photoshop, set colorful shape layers to “multiply.” This is how you get the translucent + saturated look. And as an added bonus, I’ve included a FREE texture for you all to use!! Click here to download. The texture is saved as a transparent PNG file, with the texture being white. It’s hard to see … but it’s there! Enjoy + stop over at moxee for Cassie’s post this week.

    AIR BNB / KELLI ANDERSON / KNOCKOUT / LODGECODE / DOWNLOAD TEXTURE / breanna rose

     

     

  6. The Kooples / Just In Time for Valentine’s Day

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    The Kooples is one of my favorite projects I’ve come across in a long time. This project is on a mission to bring chic back to the streets with a sensitivity to vintage items. How great right? They uniquely showcase the lives of couples and their style to inspire others to bring fashion effortlessly into their lives.

    “The Kooples has chosen to side with SavileRow, that neighborhood in London made famous for its tailoring. By teaming up with these master tailors, The Kooples has created the hip neo-dandy with a tailored fit, narrow sleeves and snug shoulders. A London cut revisited by the infamous “je ne sais quoi” of the French.” – www.thekooples.co.uk

    ANDDDD

    The Kooples has launched The Kooples Records which celebrates the talent of indie, rock, pop, electro, and folk “real-life” couples. Perfection I tell ya!
    LISTEN HERE

  7. In Their Home // Katie’s Pencil Box – Part. 2

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    Here we are again. Sharing some more photos from Katie Stratton’s (Katie’s Pencil Box) home. Part 1 was shown yesterday and because I’m feeling indecisive, I had to show all photos. Look at the details people! The paintings, wall paper, little knick knacks….so great. I hope all of you are as inspired from her space as I am. I see a black wall in my future and a lot of de-cluttering about to happen.

    Don’t forget to stop by Katie’s blog and send some sweet baby wishes her way. Isn’t she the cutest! Can you imagine what that babe’s room is going to look like? Ahhh!

    Catch up on all previous In Their Home posts HERE!

    * All photos in this post were taken by Homeowner Katie specifically for this feature. If you chose to pin or use these images, please make sure you “link with love” and link to Katie’s blog, Katie’s Pencil Box.

  8. Mathilde Aubier Illustrations

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    Many of you may have seen the work of Mathilde Aubier (french graphic artist and illustrator) floating around the internet, so I thought I’d share some of my favorites. Her collage work is amazing and each piece has a lot of personality. I love her choice of colors and textures, especially the use of color with black & white images. You can see her work in many well know publications such as, Philosophie magazine, Maison Magazine, Jeunes et Jolies…just to name a few.

    See Mathilde’s PORTFOLIO & TUMBLR page here.