Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Just a minute ...

... in December.

Watching... Yoyo by Pierre Etaix.
Reading... Mighty Be Our Powers by Leymah Gbowee.
Getting... a pink skipping rope from my mom for Christmas.
Wearing... Christmas socks.

Attending... the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, highlight of my year.

Find me here:

Thursday, 1 December 2011

I ♡ London


Full set here.

In London...
I fell in love with Portobello Road,
I drank a lot of tea and not that much coffee,
I had cupcakes for the first time,
I sat on a red bus,
I got scared because it drove on the wrong side of the road,
I took photos of red telephone booths,
I bought nesting dolls,
I went analog and came back with two rolls to process.

Merci Laetitia!

Monday, 28 November 2011

Just a minute ...

... in November.

Watching... Pina. Magic.
Listening... to this song again and again and again.
Buying... a cape, awesome tights and a few Christmas gifts.
Drinking... pistachio milkshake.
Wearing... purple nail polish with glitter top coat.
Going to... Copenhagen & London!!!!!!!!
Loving... this, more than words can ever tell.

"Dance, dance... otherwise, we are lost" 
- Pina Bausch.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Seeing Voices

You may not know this but I can Sign Language. I used to speak it on a daily basis when I still lived in France and it's actually one of the few things I miss from my life back there. This video was a sweet reminder of some of projects I had regarding my favourite language and I hope you'll love this movie as much as I do. - Adeline. 

"As a result of being born deaf, my perceiving process is shaped by American Sign Language interpreters, subtitles on television, written conversations on paper, emails, and text messages. These communication modes convey, filtered and limited information, which naturally leads to a loss of content and a delay in communication. Thus, my understanding of reality is filtered, and even potentially distorted. This is at the core of my practice as an artist and through this I am now able to take ownership of sound. I perform, vocalize, and/or visually translate them based on legitimacy of my perception." - Christine Sun Kim.

[Quote found here

Monday, 7 November 2011

Friday, 28 October 2011

Just a minute ...

... in October.

Buying... a skeleton poster and an awesome necklace.
Drinking... single cortado to go, thanks.
Going to... concerts! Architecture in Helsinki, Gold Panda & Her Majesty Tori Amos.
Reading... 'The Discovery of France' by Graham Robb.
Watching... Lars & the Real Girl
Listening to... Dead Man's Bones.
Loving... Oslo.

How's October been treating you?

Friday, 14 October 2011

Caffeinated Consciousness

I can't remember how or when it started but Pantone® has been a obsession of mine for years. The brand is well know for its colour matching system but it has also become a hipster phenomenon and yes, Pantone cups are high on my wishlist. What can I say? It combines for my love for colours and my love for classification. (Did you know I'm also a Dewey Decimal Classification nerd?) Then comes this box in.  We found it in Paris and I just had to have it. It's pretty. It's useless. I love it. And I'm thinking of putting all 100 of these cards up on the wall of my bedroom. That would be a pretty sight to wake up to, don't you think?

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Once Upon A Time, I Went To Iceland...

... and it was magic.

I wrote a short story about it and posted it on Laura's blog.
See you there?

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Just a minute ...

... in September.

Lili got married!

Buying... a ukulele as a wedding gift.

Eating... in a tiny Japanese restaurant in Paris.

Drinking... un diabolo grenadine avec Anaïs.

Listening to... The National - reminding me of this.

Watching... The Darjeeling Limited.

Reading... "The Nobel Peace Prize, One Hundred Years For Peace."

Going to... Copenhagen & London in November!!!

Loving... Bill Murray. Forever.

Find me here:

Monday, 26 September 2011

About Colour Blocking

Meet Julianne & Tiana. Get ready to fall in love.

I know the A-Z meme has been going around the blogosphere lately...
Mine is here.

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Just a minute ...

...in August.

Buying... the perfect blazer.

Drinking... iced matcha latte.

Watching... The Royal Tenenbaums - I know, Diana... about time.

Listening... to Oh Land.

Going to... Øyafestivalen.

Loving... my new haircut... Bob's back!


Summer's already coming to an end in Oslo and I'm actually looking forward to layering and wearing quirky tights again.
How have you been?

Monday, 8 August 2011

Oslo in the Summertime

Oslo in the summertime
"The streets are strangely quiet
Cause everyone's away on holiday."

Friday, 29 July 2011

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Taking Oslo Back

"The last few days have been heavy and unreal. Our thoughts go out to everyone who has lost someone or in some other way has been affected by the tragedy in the centre of Oslo and at Utøya. We send our condolences and compassion to the people who are struggling right now. These are times for mourning and reflection, and we know that many will now have to use all their time and energy on working through what has happened. In the midst of all this, we find it important that our city and its citizens shall not be broken by what happened this weekend. Organisers of concerts and events in Oslo have jointly agreed that this shall not stop us. The Police, the Government and the general audience have expressed a strong wish that Oslo resumes some kind of normality as soon as possible. Together with the population of Oslo and visitors from abroad we wish to take our city back. Festivals, concerts and other cultural or sports events are meant to be arenas for common experiences, unity and positive impressions during hard times. We hope that our events can help ease the sadness and also be good meeting places in the days and weeks to come. We wish to take Oslo back by once again filling it with the great variety of cultural activities this city is known for and also by spreading a clear message that our population wants to take care of each other."

Now do me a favour, pretty please, take a few more minutes to read this and if you feel like it, join. Thank you.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

[Time Machine] Three Years Ago In Ireland

Eire - March 2008

"Our blogs are our sacred homes in cyberspace and when a guest is blatantly rude, I think they should get kicked out!" - Katrina

Visit Galit's blog to see some Fuji'roids I took on a boat in Western Norway... and a have a beautiful week-end!

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Just a minute ...

... in June.

Getting...  completely spoiled by Madame Maman.

Buying... unusual maps (thanks Laura!) and a Tinkerbell brooch.

Listening... to the Shins

Loving... travelling by train

Going... to stay in Oslo for a little while. 


A huge thank you to Naomi, Diana, Ashley, Katrina & Aline for taking care of Lady Croissant while I was away. Hope you guys enjoyed their guest posts as much as I did.

Monday, 30 May 2011

Just a minute ...

... in May.

Watching... Blue Valentine. I was the only one who laughed at the pedophile joke... 

Buying... Unicorn Lipstick

Listening... to Erik Satie.

Loving... Ashley's photos of Ada

Wanting... this... oh so bad.

Going... to France in eighteen days! 

Find me here:

Friday, 29 April 2011

Just a minute ...

...in April.

I used to live five minutes from a merry-go-round.

Taken with my ActionSampler. 
Full set here.

Reading...  Ahem... "I hardly ever read these days. This really pisses me off. I blame the internet. I also blame that the days only have 24 hours in them and I blame the fact that I am human and have to sleep at some point." - Tammy. Ditto.

Drinking... only one cup of coffee a day.

Loving... being able to finally wear the shoes I bought in New York last September. 

Wanting... another tattoo.

Smiling... a lot. Life's pretty awesome at the moment.


Monday, 11 April 2011


A poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson recited by Alastair Humphreys while crossing Iceland by foot and raft in July 2010.

Monday, 4 April 2011

[Oh Hello Oslo] Dan Colen at Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

"Based on elements from mass media and experiences from contemporary life with a subcultural language, he creates a personal remix that highlights beautiful and magical aspects of undervalued, everyday life. His artistic production encompasses photographs, painting and sculptures, and includes, among other things, Disney motifs and chewing gum on canvas."

Source: Astrup Fearnley