Hé hé .. j’adore ça. voici un nouveau (Tumblr) blog qui devrait faire sourire mes amis architectes et designers : Unhappy Hispers .. parce que vivre dans des intérieurs contemporains de rêve pourrait finalement s’avérer moins idyllique que prévu .. La planète se demande qui est l’ingénieux auteur qui se cache derrière ces savoureuses légendes parodiant des photos du fameux magazine Dwell.
Merci pour le lien Sylla
Ever the realist, he built his table for one.
(Photo: Céline Clanet; Dwell magazine, February 2010)
He sipped his tepid coffee and pondered how to tell her that, in fact, the pants made the sack dress even less appealing.
(Dwell, October 2009)
His sartorial attempt to blend in with the concrete did little to assuage the tension.
(Photo: Paco Perez; Dwell magazine, July/August 2004)
Eames, Aalto — her most significant relationships were with dead designers.
(Dwell magazine, December 2004)
The things that once so defined him — shag carpeting, Room & Board sofas, monogamy — now suffocated him.
(Photo: Dean Kaufman; Dwell, September 2009)
She had this uncanny way of making him feel so, so small.
(Photo: Daniel Henessey; Dwell, November 2006)
There are some things that can’t be learned from a book.
(Photo: Raimund Koch; Dwell, Dec/Jan 2009)
Still recovering from broken trust, neither wanted to be the first to try the eggs.
(Photo: Mark Mahaney; Dwell, November 2009)