Natalie Davis
Posted on February 13, 2012 by Natalie Davis on photography, travel

Hanna Rosti

Hanna Rosti is a Finnish photographer with a beautiful sense of composition and light. Her series on abandoned Scandinavian homes has my mind spinning with daydreams of a trip to the Swedish countryside. Can you picture driving up an overgrown path and sneaking into homes like these? I’ve done that a few times here in […]

Posted on January 25, 2012 by Natalie Davis on inspiration, textiles, travel

Mexican Folk Art


Browsing through a new book* on Mexican Folk art, I’m currently obsessing over all the textures, color, and pattern. Wish I could book a trip to Oaxaca soon…

*the book is “The Popular Arts of Mexico” by Kojin Toneyama, published in 1974 by Weatherhill/Heibonsha.

Posted on November 11, 2011 by Natalie Davis on inspiration, travel

Vegas Inspiration

You never know when you will find your next source of inspiration. A recent trip to Las Vegas proved to be an overload of visual stimuli, as expected, but I found some hidden gems amongst all the glitter. From top to bottom: interior view of the ceiling at Crystals shopping center, a well edited rack […]

Posted on November 7, 2011 by Chantel Stull on inspiration, travel

A place we escape to

Marfa is a quaint, magical town in west Texas. Surrounded by plains for miles with a large sky to compliment them, it’s hard to not want to pack up and move there. On a visit with friends, we were charmed by El Cosmico, a hotel of beautiful vintage trailers, yurts, and even a teepee, which […]