fun with feathers and twine…
Posted in recent work, stylists own October 9th, 2008 by piablog

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I have been super slack in posting my styling work I know, and even slacker in updating my website and portfolio. But it seems that’s the last thing you make time for in this job, and I find it’s usually something I do at the end of the year when I have gathered all my tear sheets and articles. But today I do have a fun little story of images for you. It is a story that I produced some months back now with photographer David Finato (remember I wrote about him here and here?), with my picks of the coolest glassware around. It’s called Glass Act: take two (take one you will find here). I do hope you like…

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18 Comments

  1. Danielle says

    its amazing how simple chalkboard paint is, but what clean yet fun impact it can have! i never have seen clear glassware look so appealing!

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  2. Persephone says

    So inventive and imaginative! I love your use of the chalkboard.

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  3. josephine says

    wow, these are so fun, creative, and witty – totally “pia.” i love the hints of texture from the fabric, too. the photo of the pitcher pouring the string into the glasses is my favorite.

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  4. stacy says

    I love the chalkboard.

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  5. The Cwtch says

    :o) what fun! I particularly love the straw in the tumbler glass!

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  6. sweetcheese says

    Utterly fantastic! (And fantastical.) I am so inspired right now.

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  7. katiecrackernuts says

    Simply stunning.

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  8. ailin says

    love it! espesially the string in the jug and the feather. Thanks heeps for the tips yesterday, now i know what im going to do! 🙂

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  9. Tartelette says

    I love the last one on the left!! Great styling!

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  10. Emily says

    I like it a lot.

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  11. Esti says

    Last row, picture on the left… That’s my fave!

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  12. Esti says

    Oh, I forgot to ask… did you do this work for somebody or is it a personal project of yours?

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  13. pia says

    yes my favourite is also the last one on the left – the pitcher with the string pouring into the tumblers. That’s funny! We are all in tune. I’m glad you like it, it was heaps of fun to create.

    Esti, this was a personal project – I try to do a few of my own throughout the year.

    xx

    PS I also really like the petit gateau one, I thought it was pretty cute, non?

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  14. corine says

    Possibly the most beautifully photographed feather Evah!

    I just painted a chalkboard for my kitchen. It must be in the air. …Or else I read your blog 🙂

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  15. Kirsty says

    I really love these shots. I’m a sucker for a blackboard.

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  16. trupeach says

    i really must get myself a chalkboard. they seem to inspire so much creativity as well as good, honest fun.

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  17. Allison says

    Have noticed that my details have popped up in your comments here again after posting a comment on your Blog Action day post so thought I should submit to clear – hope it works. BTW loved the feather as it appeared when I last linked to your site – it was a lovely reveal! cheers Allison

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  18. Allison says

    didn’t work – sorry am embarrassed it keeps popping up – hope you can clear it!

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