Time for a new feature on Interiorator called ‘…and more’ I’m starting off with a small admission. I spend a lot of time reading on the internet. And by a lot, I mean a LOT. At breakfast. On the tram. On the train. At night. In bed. Anytime, anywhere – I’m online. There are so many trend pieces, designer profiles, in-depth interviews and pop pieces that I find truly fascinating but aren’t suited to dedicate an entire blogpost to. Every Sunday, I’m going to share all these links with you, along with a little introduction and picture or video. One week I could do a theme, and the other week the links might be totally unrelated. I don’t plan ahead much with Interiorator – I know I should – so we’ll just see how this thing evolves. Let’s start with La Grande Bellezza…and more.
1- La Grande Bellezza
I used to go to the movies all the time, but not anymore. This is how it goes: I read about a movie I want to see on the internet – and by the time it actually comes out here in The Netherlands I’ve forgotten all about it. This time around, I’m going to do things differently. You see, today I read this great movie review about La Grande Bellezza on the New York Review of Books titled Dancing to Nowhere and decided to go and see it tomorrow.
2 – The Estate of Rue
The estate of actress RueMcClanahan is being sold off on the internet – so this is your chance to pick up some original Golden Girls memorabilia. Also on The Estate of Rue, a fun collection of Rue McClanahan home video’s, like this one:
3 – 995 Fifth Avenue
A slideshow on the New York Times website of an amazing apartment on Fifth Avenue in New York – here’s a little preview.
4 – Late Life Creativity and the origin of the collage
Another great episode of my favorite podcast To the Best of Our Knowledge features Molly Peacock, the woman who invented the collage back in the 1770’s.
5 – The Home of Bradford Shellhammer
And last, but certainly not least, I found this amazing home of the CEO of Fab, Bradfor Shellhammer on the Eigen Huis & Interieur website. The images are really, really tiny so here’s something bigger: