I have posted before about the talented Jessy, the brains and beauty behind Molten Store. If you haven’t had the chance to check it out yet, Molten Store was launched earlier this year and stands out in the online market place for its perfectly curated collection of jewellery, bags and curiosities, being the ideal location for a gift for the friend who has everything (or of course to pick up something a little special for yourself).
Wandering around Melbourne after dinner with my family, we came across a lane-way notorious for being covered in street art. There were some pretty amazing pieces obviously completed by very talented people.
It very much reminded me of our visits to Waterloo tunnel in London, where it is practically accepted that there will be fresh graff every day.
Anyone who is on a budget will know that finding art to decorate your home can get expensive. Of course, these days you can buy affordable art on etsy, but framing can be very pricey.
When we went to the Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition in Brisbane we were so inspired by his work, it made me want to go out and buy a vintage camera and black and white film in an attempt to recreate the stunning and emotive pictures that he captured.
We didn’t need much convincing by the staff at Canvas to come back and join them for a Coffee Appreciation breakfast, hosted by their awesome coffee roaster, who was more than happy to share all of his knowledge and provide us with a couple of different coffees to taste.
After a big week at uni and catching up on study, the boy and I thought we should treat ourselves to a lunch date. A ridiculously late breakfast meant that we actually weren’t at all hungry, so we decided to make a trip to Nobby beach to have a wander and try out a cafe that a friend recommended – Canvas.