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Wednesday, 28 December 2011

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Christmas Menu of wishes for 2012


I've decided to do a day of daydreaming, surfing the Internet and getting inspired for where I want to be transported to in 2012! So watch this space today and see the dreams appear. I think I'm going to approach it with the same structure as a game we used to play at school. Where you right down your most desirable country to live in, a country you wouldn't mind to live in and one you don't really like. This then carries on to what car, what kind of house, who you would like and not like to marry and so on. Then you would fold the piece of paper into a paper fortune teller and stop at the persons chosen number between 1-20, landing on their future house, husband etc. In case you don't know what a paper fortune teller looks like here's a pic.
These are the realms I will be dreaming in;
1. A house or apartment
2. Items to go in the apartment or house
3. A Car
4. The future husband but i'm fine with a boyfriend right now
5. a pair of shoes
6. a new outfit/look
7. dream job
8. holiday

Monday, 12 December 2011

Tuesday, 6 December 2011



I almost bought the piece just above but then realised that I couldn't afford it at the moment even though I thought it was very reasonable in price. Once I get all my payments through I will definitely be giving Mark a call to commission him to do a piece for me as I completely in love! I first saw his work through a friend of mine Tom Bombadil who put on an exhibition called 'Exhibitionism' in Cape Town and then in Jo'burg. I think it was probably the first show with fetish in question that was tastefully put together and not your usual expectations that go with the kink and that's a very fine line to ride.

 This was the only picture I took that shows some of the jewellery exhibiting to that I thought would be great if I ever did a shoot inspired by the film 'The Craft'.

I really like these Mexican Day of the dead embroideries to that were also at 'Exhibitionism'