Remember those harem jeans I posted from Desigual… I just slapped a pair of old Energies and Mavis together… Voila.
Last night here… the things I’m going to miss.
…and the things I won’t…
Seems like in all this chaos…
There’s a bit of order.
An old Citroen Deux Chevaux… just chillin.
So we’re at the tail end of our trip. Ain’t gonna lie, it’s nice to be back…
Cheese delivery anyone?
The weather couldn’t cloud it’s beauty…
Another lazy day, though we went to the Picasso Museum. It was quite interesting to see how Picasso was influenced throughout his lifetime, whether it was emotional events or other artistes, as it transcended into his artwork. I wasn’t able to snap any pics, but I’m sure there’s a plethora of information online.
This street speed limit reminded me of Naoto Fukasawa’s inspiration for the Trapezoid watch he designed for Issey.
Interesting G-Star Display…
Couldn’t help but snap up a few pics of this Fiat, love it.
So today we finally caved. We left the hotel around 2pm and just wandered the streets.
We walked down these alleyways until we turned a corner. There it was in the window, an old lithograph printer. I saw this antique and had to go in. I knocked on the window, and Maribel Mas opened the door. She was very kind and showed us around the studio. Her prints were beautiful and detailed, it actually reminded me of fractal art.
Her primary medium was limestone lithography on Japanese paper, with this behemoth of a machine.
Just throwing up pics of graf, it’s everywhere. In this case, on the side of a cathedral.