Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
1/ Cornelia Parker’s Poison and Antidote drawing was created using the unlikely medium of rattlesnake venom, black ink, anti-venom and white ink. // 2/ The term “writing on the wall” takes on a whole new meaning when the walls are covered not in words but with inkblots. Ink Blots wallpaper by Porter Teleo via Elle Decor. // 3/ Perhaps in homage to the Alexander McQueen S/S 2010 collection, Prabal Gurung’s S/S 2012 collection featured Rorschach-like imagery. What appeared to be inkblots were in fact smatterings of floral prints, symmetrically mirrored along the length of apparel.