Friday Links to Love

July 18, 2014

Happy Friday everyone! This week has been a good one in so many ways. This weekend I'll be continuing to pack up boxes for the move back to college in just two short weeks and spending lots of quality time with my family. Plus, I'll be preparing posts for next week! In the mean time, here are some things I've been loving around the web lately:
  • Loving these prints lovely from Odd Bits Etsy shop!
  • Loved learning Elsie's tricks for getting bright, awesome instagram pictures. 
  • Crushing on Free People's "cinematic straps" collection of bras right now!
  • Totally wanting this book to sit on my coffee table in my new apartment. Robert Frank's work makes me want to shoot film again.
  • Also, this set of four images would look great in my new apartment too!
  • This TED Talk from one of my favorite photographers, Olivia Bee, was extra inspiring to watch this week as I slowly transition back into a school/artistic mindset. Such great advice!
  • This kid dressed and posing like male fashion models made my heart melt! He's the cutest.
  • The second season of the weirdest show possibly ever, Hemlock Grove, is finally on Netflix. Anyone out there also watch?
  • Can't wait to download and experiment with the PartyParty App this weekend!
  • Dreamt about visiting NYC again as I watched Taza visit some of her favorite places in her latest installment of her New York City Guide!
  • P.S. - a guy I went to school with since kindergarten and subsequently graduated with is on the MTV show Finding Carter. 10 points to Gryffindor if you can guess who it is!
What are you up to this weekend? Any links you're loving right now? Let me know/send 'em my way!

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  1. Oh man Hemlock Grove - a friend last year told me to check it out and I watched the whole thing through the night and so 13 hours later I sort of didn't know what had just happened and what I had just watched! I'm kind of excited at the idea of a second season and see where it goes! :)

  2. I felt exactly the same way. Halfway through the first episode of the first season, I had to check that I was indeed at the beginning. I wasn't 100% what was going on until maybe mid-season. It really just kind of throws you in there and requires a lot of work on behalf of the audience to piece together things. I'm almost done with season 2 and really liked it! xoxo

  3. Great shares for the week. I loved the link from ABM too :)


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