Mixology at the House of Peroni

On entry, I suddenly had a feeling this would be my kind of cocktail evening… Simone Caporale, one of London’s best mixologists was the adventitious genius behind the drinks menu at the House of Peroni italian pop-up gastronomic experience in Brick Lane. Adventitious if you take into account the clever […]

The Atlas of Beauty - San-Francisco

The Atlas of Beauty

I have recently stumbled uponĀ Mihaela Noroc’s campaign to combine a collection of images of beautiful women from all walks fo life, as proof that natural beauty is diverse and in every part of the world. I love this concept. It’s part experiment, part documentation of the world in which we […]

Floral rain at the House of Peroni

Enchantment at the House of Peroni

Tucked away this season behind a somewhat ‘easy to miss’ door on Brick lane was the new House of Peroni, a fairy’s dream, I say. Once past the two upbeat beautiful ladies that greeted me at the entrance, the enchantment suddenly began. I would describe it as a seasonal reminder […]

John Walsom - Old Compton Street

Old Compton Street and Molly Moggs

The strokes and swipes of paint on John Walsom’s Old Compton street painting make me believe that this is the street at night, right after an all day downpour of rain. It’s like you’re in the back of a cab on a Friday, after a long day of work, then […]

Yesterday's dreams - Jack Vettriano

Yesterday’s Dreams

Every so often a painting makes you stop and wonder… While viewing the work of other competitors in an art and photography exhibition I had taken part in over the holidays, I was browsing, sizing up the competition. There were 2 pictures that caught my eye, side by side, of […]

5th Avenue Cafe

5th Avenue Cafe

While home shopping with my sister in a department store I stumbled upon the most exquisite ceramic wall tile on sale in the kitchen department. This ‘5th Avenue Cafe’ artwork by Brent Heighton would look lovely in a modern white kitchen, on tiled countertops, or hung on the wall. Brent’s […]