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A table setting that caught us by the heart! Especially in love with the soft palette combined with white that really accentuates a sweet and calming feel. The abundant use of candles add a lavish touch to the whole set! Who loves this as much as we do? Leave a comment below! Decoration by @designmill.co @seniman_calligraphy Photography by @jonihobiholiday Scanned by @photovisionprints via @designmill.co

A table setting that caught us by the heart! Especially in love with the soft palette combined with white that really accentuates a sweet and calming feel. The abundant use of candles add a lavish touch to the whole set! Who loves this as much as we do? Leave a comment below! Decoration by @designmill.co @seniman_calligraphy Photography by @jonihobiholiday Scanned by @photovisionprints via @designmill.co

This Wes Anderson-Themed Wedding Photo Shoot Is Unbearably Charming

Photographer Jennifer Van Elk put together this Wes Anderson-themed wedding shoot for Utterly Engaged magazine.

Finally some outgoing mail this bunch includes some "secret" parcels for special ppl who have no idea that they will actually revieve this! A thank you parcel for @stationerystandard And letters for my friends @happycassandre and @illustratedjournal

Finally some outgoing mail this bunch includes some "secret" parcels for special ppl who have no idea that they will actually revieve this! A thank you parcel for And letters for my friends and

This envelope is one of my favorite examples of fan art made with inspiration from Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” Tips from the artist’s blog, Thimble: “All you have to do is paint an envelope salmon pink with watercolors, allow it to dry, then use red paint to do a simplified version of the Mendl’s box design.”

Below is a letter I sent to a fellow grand budapest hotel fan :-) All you have to do is paint an envelope salmon pink with watercolour.

uglypnis: Young Hong Kong-based photographer... - CONTINUE

uglypnis: “ Young Hong Kong-based photographer Issac Lamshot an editorial based exploring themes of conformity and individuality in the city. Shot on film, the series – published exclusively on iGNANT.