Friday, September 20, 2013
Happy weekend! Hope it's a good one. We'll be taking it easy after a busy week — there's going to be some serious chilling out happening here. How about you?
(photo styled by sibella court for vogue living)
The daughter of renowned artist Kurt Trampedach and award-winning children's book illustrator and author Dorte Karrebæk Dalgaard, Mary Trampedach carries on the family business as a successful artist in her own right. The Copenhagen apartment she shares with her husband Gorm Bülow is filled with her work as well as personal mementos and much loved items, such as the wood burning stove and the vintage Swan chair that Mary received as payment for a painting. Mary and Gorm also love their dining table, made from an old and very heavy door that required several strong men to carry up to their fourth floor flat. With such interesting surroundings, it's easy to see how Mary is inspired in her creative work. More here on Bo Bedre.
(photography by kira brandt)
Writer, director and star Jacques Tati, in character as the endearing Monsieur Hulot, on a bike ride with a delighted young friend. Must rewatch one of his classic films.
(photo via chemin faisant)