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    ‘Gaia, The Birth of An End’ by Kirsty Mitchell [TV].

    5th December

    Kirsty Mitchell’s Wonderland is an superb storybook without words. “Gaia, The Birth of An End ” is the first of ten portraits to make up it’s final chapter.



    BLOW Copenhagen Hair Salon by STUDIO David Thulstrup.

    20th September

    If ever there was a place you could BLOW me, this would have to be it. This exclusive hair salon in Copenhagen opened just last month. It was designed by the clever people at STUDIO David Thulstrup. A modern and minimalist interior with a 1950′s twist – what’s not to love! At just 38sqm, the salon packs a punch with a clever selection of materials, simplicity of form and beautiful detailing. The attention revolves around two large freestanding mirrors with attached light bulbs that form a perfect circle. A contemporary interpretation of 1950′s dressing rooms, where the lighting provides a gentle glow to customers’ faces while they are blown for perfect hair. Oh man, that’s my definition of a happy ending right there…



    Paris Loft Apartment on Rue Voltaire by Grégoire De Lafforest.

    19th July

    French interior architect Grégoire De Lafforest is the man to blame for this beautiful Paris loft. What I really love about this home are the countless elements of surprise and a unique one-off aesthetic. Every corner of every room is bursting with visual interest and personality, yet the overall feel is calm, natural and unforced. And exquisitely beautiful…



    Rozzi’s Italian Canteen by Mim Design // Melbourne.

    17th June

    Rozzi’s Italian Canteen reflects the heart and soul of Italian style food, showcased in a friendly, home-style kitchen environment. The brief called for an interior that reflected the menu and the modern authentic product used throughout. Mim Design achieved a clean, fresh and contemporary approach to Nonna’s traditional kitchen. Below is a little Q&A with the designers…



    Design Free Thursday // Mimicry by GiesenLeenders.

    20th December

    “Mimicry” is a quirky little series of images by Dutch photography duo Maurits Giesen and Ilse Leenders of GiesenLeenders. Each colourful scene captures two matching characters perfectly camouflaged in their environment. Without trying to get all super analytical and intelligent about it, I find there is a real feel-good element in each of these images…



    Yellowtrace 3rd Birthday // Reader Survey + YELLOW GIVEAWAY!!

    30th November

    Dearest, dearest readers! Guess what? Yellowtrace is going to be 3 years old tomorrow! Can you seriously believe it? I am honestly struggling with the concept… Today I would like to ask you for a little bit of your time in hope that you will help us improve the site for next year by completing our 2012 reader survey. As a reward for your efforts, you will be given the chance to win some incredible prizes. Since tomorrow is our 3rd birthday I thought it would be fitting to throw a little Yellow Party to celebrate this milestone! In honour of our signature colour, yellowtrace has partnered with 9 of our valued sponsors who are generously offering you the chance to win 13 fantastic prizes valued over $3,000 AUD! Totes amaze, no? Why don’t you move a little bit closer so I can tell you a bit more about the prizes…




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