Ingenuity and creative vision trumps cramped quarters in Bordeaux, France.
While many people secretly harbor dreams of living and working in France, the prohibitive cost and difficulty of purchasing there keeps most of these dreams just that, a mere fantasy. For photographer Jérémie Buchholtz however, a limited budget and extremely limited space was no match for his creative vision to live large in Bordeaux, France. Read the rest of this entry »
Say hello to Sweet Pea, a 550-square-foot slice of floating heaven.
One of the great things about writing a blog is that you are constantly discovering and unearthing cool topics and projects to write about and share with your readership. How this amazing project by Affordable Floating Homes flew under my radar I will never know— especially since it is located right in my old stomping grounds of Olympia, WA! Read the rest of this entry »
Christina Hendricks attempts to teach the male population a thing or two. Fellas… are we listening?
Anytime a woman bothers to tell you what she does or doesn’t like, the smart man is listening and taking mental notes. When that woman happens to be Christina Hendricks of Mad Men fame, we are all ears and eyes! Read the rest of this entry »
More meditative musical musings from the man cave.
Lately it seems as if music has been ‘falling out of me’ which, for anyone involved in the creative arts knows, is a very nice problem to have! Read the rest of this entry »
Scottsdale’s minibar.ber.shop; One part barbershop / One part bar / One part ultimate man cave.
This past weekend I stumbled upon what has to be one of the most brilliant concepts in retail I have ever experienced. The minibar.ber.shop, located in Scottsdale Quarter is one of those places you walk into and suddenly a lightbulb comes on over your head and you think; “Duh!… Why didn’t I think of this?” Read the rest of this entry »
In the romantic comedy Something’s Gotta Give, the house demands equal billing with Keaton and Nicholson and gets it!
Few actors today can hold their own on camera with movie legends Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton. Yet in the 2003 romantic comedy Something’s Gotta Give it wasn’t a young upstart who stole the show, but rather the movie set itself! Read the rest of this entry »
For the lucky employees of Germany-based Sieger Design, simply showing up for work is half the fun.
Warning! — For the vast majority of us working stiffs that have to report, day after day, to non-descript offices in bland industrial parks and cookie-cutter high-rise buildings complete with gray-walled cubicles straight out of the classic movie Office Space — the following post may be hard to take. But for the (VERY) fortunate employees of Sieger Design, this is ‘home.’ Read the rest of this entry »