I started this blog as a way of sharing the inspiring ideas and images that come my way through my work as an interior designer. I’m constantly exposed to new artists, products and spaces that help to shape my perspective, and I’m thrilled to share them with you. You can also sneak a peek at what I'm currently working on by following my Instagram. Thank you for visiting and enjoy!

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Christopher Marley




It was several years ago that I came across Christopher Marley's amazing creations, and I was instantly obsessed. While I lean towards pretty things like seashells and butterflies, I'm also fascinated by his compositions with beetles, fossils and carnivorous plants. Admittedly, I'm a little phobic when it comes to bugs, but he has managed to arrange each piece in an inorganic way that makes me less afraid and more amazed by the details of their natural forms. I may not have thought that hanging bugs on the wall was my way to make an artistic statement, but after seeing these beautiful works, I've definitely changed my mind.       

All images from Pheromone Christopher Marley

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Wow, Great post you have added here, i want to tell you one thing that i have never seen such type of art anywhere on the internet, i am fond of art and photography, for same reason i have visited thousands of websites, blogs but i have never seen this before it is really a unique project. Beetles, fossils, bugs, butterfly, dragonfly and seashells everything have great attractive look. I want to say thanks for sharing this post.

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