Wednesday, 4 March 2015


Not been on blogger for a while, HOW MANY YEARS?! Anyways, my very talented sister has finally decided to create a blog dedicated to all things BEAUTY, mainly make-up based. She's VERY good at it, and has a shed load of products to talk about and show you. Follow her for great make up tips and to learn about products you have never heard of but will, without doubt, BLOW YOUR MINDS.


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Tuesday, 12 April 2011


Amazing video by Woodkid, the song is called Iron.

Tuesday, 15 February 2011


These are a few illustrations from my last project. I tried to keep it simple and think I've found my own style now :) looking forward to doing more in my FMP.

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Amy Winehouse for Fred Perry

Amy Winehouse has created a great collection in collaboration with Fred Perry. She's taken the popular Fred Perry signature pieces and put her stamp on it. I really like the pencil skirt and the high neck polos. The long Argyle sweater might be going on my Christmas wish list :)
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Wednesday, 29 September 2010


Martha & the Vandellas - Jimmy Mack. This reminds me of dancing like crazy to mums record player when I was a wee one! Such a tune.

Monday, 13 September 2010

Aitor Throup II

Can't get enough of this man!
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Wednesday, 8 September 2010

I'm Reading...

Last week while holidaying in Morocco I took with me the 'Millennium' Trilogy by Stieg Larsson. 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo', the first in the series was very much 'unputdownable'. I thought I was starting to struggle with the beginning as it has a lot going on and it seems quite complicated but once the characters are established and the plot becomes clear it turns into an intense and clever story I would recommend to anyone. Without ruining the book, the main plot is about a journalist, (Blomkvist) who is hired by an old business man to help shed some light on a murder which happened in his family some thirty years ago. Lisbeth Salander is an exceptional computer hacker, who also gets tangled up in the mystery, but it's her character which is the most interesting. I'm currently half way through the second, 'The Girl Who Played with Fire,' in which she getting hunted by the police for a triple murder. At the moment it seems as though she is ignoring the reader like she does with most people in the book when she gets hurt or bored. There hasn't been a paragraph yet from her perspective so you're not sure whether she committed the crime or not. I'll post my final thoughts when I've finished all the books in the trilogy.

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