remodernist:

Palo Alto (2013)

remodernist:

Palo Alto (2013)

Graphic designer Annie Atkins from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel on the many signs in the lobby of the of contemporary, communist-era form of the 1960s hotel:
"Wes and Adam (Stockhausen, the production designer) had seen so many examples of quite officious signage in what had been communist East Germany - don’t do this, don’t do that, do this but only like that! The signs really added to the claustrophobic feeling of that set, and Wes had asked for them all to be black with simple white hand-painted lettering - based on the style of the old sign at Yorckstrasse subway station in Berlin."

Graphic designer Annie Atkins from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel on the many signs in the lobby of the of contemporary, communist-era form of the 1960s hotel:

"Wes and Adam (Stockhausen, the production designer) had seen so many examples of quite officious signage in what had been communist East Germany - don’t do this, don’t do that, do this but only like that! The signs really added to the claustrophobic feeling of that set, and Wes had asked for them all to be black with simple white hand-painted lettering - based on the style of the old sign at Yorckstrasse subway station in Berlin."

Word of the Week: natsukashii (adj.; Japanese): describing a small, ordinary thing that suddenly brings a fond memory flooding back to you; cherished and yearned after with appreciation, not with sadness.

Word of the Week: natsukashii (adj.; Japanese): describing a small, ordinary thing that suddenly brings a fond memory flooding back to you; cherished and yearned after with appreciation, not with sadness.

remodernist:

Palo Alto (2013)

remodernist:

Palo Alto (2013)

runwayandbeauty:

“When You’re Tired of London, You’re Tired of Life!” i-D Magazine Spring 2014
ph: Angelo Pennetta

"There’s something addictive about London, I can’t quite put my finger out it, all I know is I miss it when I’m not there." - Hollie-May Saker

runwayandbeauty:

“When You’re Tired of London, You’re Tired of Life!” i-D Magazine Spring 2014

ph: Angelo Pennetta

"There’s something addictive about London, I can’t quite put my finger out it, all I know is I miss it when I’m not there." - Hollie-May Saker

onthedailey:

Laura <3 <3 <3

onthedailey:

Laura <3 <3 <3