Get Inspired: Two

A bit of sad news folks: our beloved indoor cat has been missing for the past few days, so it’s been a bit hard to focus. Despite everything, however, the images for this week’s Get Inspired were still able to knock me off my feet!

Tommy Perez's A to Zoe(A to Zoe by Tommy Perez)

Playing with food has never looked so elegant! Artist Tommy Perez teaches his daughter the alphabet through typography in his series “A to Zoë”. See all of this works, and many other drool worthy font projects, here

Faux Bob Wedding Hairstyle by Once Wed)(Faux Bob Wedding Hairstyle by Once Wed)

Although this links back to a hair tutorial, I’m more taken in awe of this photography. The image simple yet striking not to mention, how beautiful is that color pallet?!  Okay, you got me, the hair is pretty amazing too.

Smoke by Floto + Warner(Smoke by Floto + Warner)

You may have seen the Colourant series by the photography duo Floto + Warner floating around Pinterest, but this shot is from their “Smoke” series done in 2009 has totally caught my eye. Perhaps it’s the surrealist nature of this shot, or the vivid colors, but regardless, I can’t stop staring!

 

P.S. Any tips you can share about finding a lot cat would be greatly appreciated!

  • O no, how sad that your cat is been missing. I really hope that he is back soon. In the Netherlands we use posters for a missing cat. The owner makes them and spread them in the neighbourhood. I don’t know if that is possible in your neighbourhood? X

    • Thank you so much for the tip Karlijn! We’re in a pretty isolated area which makes this even harder :( I’ve done more hiking these last 5 days than ever before!

  • Tess at luvmysparetime

    I’ve been meaning to make rice krispies and now this really gets me hungry for it (with chocolate of course)!

    • Right?! I’ve never had chocolate rice krispies, but they sound amazing!

  • Oh Rachel, I’m so sorry to hear your kitty is missing! Our upstairs neighbor’s indoor cat got out shortly after she moved in. She knew he was a night owl so she stayed up late for a week, walking around and calling him. She also left some of his things out near the house (bed, blanket). After a week he sauntered back as though nothing had happened! I’m sure your cat is on a grand adventure and will be back before you know it. My cat growing up did that too. I’d suggest wandering around with her favorite treats or wet food and calling for her! And posters/flyers of course!

    • P.S. That middle photograph is amazing. The lighting!

    • Thank you so much for the tips Marlene! We’ve been laying down food (which is attracting other cats), so at least we know it’s having some effect. It’s hard because there’s a large wooded area behind the house, so it’s essentially like looking for a needle in a haystack :(