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Tiny House

A new living concept Live with the essentials, unclutter, taste the landscapes of here (…)

Etel Adnan

Multilingual artist She is universal. She crosses territories, words, thoughts. Etel Adnan is a (…)

Art Kintsugi

The art kintsugi emphasizes Kintsugi, literally “gold seal” is the opposite of a scrub. (…)

Elsa Schiaparelli

Elsa Schiaparelli, creativ woman Is she a woman of her time? Rather a avant-garde (…)

Ndebele tribe

A tribe from South Africa All tribes of the world have their own way (…)

Françoise Dorget

A decisive encounter There are people who change the heart of a life. For (…)

Contemplation of Matthieu Ricard

Matthieu Ricard, the photographer Matthieu Ricard, the Buddhist monk, the author, the lecturer, the (…)


Japanese design Wabi-sabi. Two words. A concept. A philosophy born in Japan. ‘Wabi’ means (…)

Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith

In the heart of Africa Angela Fisher does not go without Carol Beckwith. And (…)

Alexander Deineka

Alexander Deïneka, son of railwaymen He was born on the edge of the 20th (…)

Matisse, carved gouaches

Matisse cutting Less is more … I share this philosophy with so many people. (…)

Marfa – Donald Judd

Marfa in the heart of the Texan desert A UFO. An open air museum. (…)

Flower bicycles

The Vietnamese tradition of flower bicycles Street vendor. A colorful merchant who is hardly (…)

Toposa tribe

Toposa tribe, southern Sudan Toposa … A tribe from southeastern Sudan, one of the (…)

Flower men

Malik Ghat Flower Market Ken Hermann is a photographer. He comes from Denmark and (…)

Yves Saint Laurent theatrical costumes

The theatrical shock He is 13 years old and attends a performance of L’Ecole (…)

Asian tribes

Three peoples, one source They all come from the same Chinese source. Years, generations (…)

Picasso Primitif

Picasso and primitive African art A realization that came to my mind during the (…)

Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter, American street photographer A reflection, a floating, a mist or a silhouette. (…)

Edgar Morin

Morin, a resistant name His real name is Edgar Nahoum. Born in Paris in (…)

Out of fashion I The new fashion

Out of fashion | The new fashion, a book that touches me The work itself (…)

Bogolan fabric

Bogolan, a Malian fabric I like to discover the history of fabrics, textile techniques. (…)

Inspiring figures who build a better world

Inspiring figures The world needs inspiring figures. Always. Today, there are Vandana Shiva, Paul (…)

Studio Olafur Eliasson, En cuisine

Olafur Eliasson Olafur Eliasson is Danish, born of Icelandic parents but he settles in (…)

Indian costumes – Calico Museum of textiles

The Calico Museum of Textiles The history of Indian textiles. And the extent of (…)


The original ikat The true original source of the ikat, nobody knows it. This (…)

Pavel Pepperstein, between words and paintings

Pavel Pepperstein, between words and paintings He is multidisciplinary. At once rapper, author, painter, (…)

Serge Diaghilev

Serge Diaghilev, an “avant-garde” He lived his childhood in the Russian countryside but it (…)

William Kentridge

William Kentridge, a plural artist He is South African. First actor, director and then (…)

African mood, inspiration…

African mood Africa. Black Africa. Its faces, its colors. I have always been fascinated by (…)

Hans Silvester – Omo and Bench tribes

Hans Silvester, photographer of the Omo tribes He is one of those photographers who (…)

Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota, an imaginary around the thread Chiharu Shiota, an artist with magisterial and (…)

Constantin Brancusi photographer

Constantin Brancusi, more than a sculptor The man has pushed abstraction as never before. (…)


Words to designate realities emerge from a language, hygge. In Denmark, it refers to (…)

The Hamilton studios, Mumbai. From 1924 to …

L’Hamilton studios à Mumbai, de 1924 à nos jours Au cœur de Mumbai demeure (…)

Giuseppe Penone, the Italian artist

Penone, the link between man and nature Giuseppe Penone made it the back bone (…)

French artist photographer – the eye of François Halard

François Halard, the glance of an artist François Halard is a man of taste, (…)

Dayanita Singh photographer

Dayanita Singh, an inspring photographer I like her photographic work. Its simplicity which remains (…)

“Petite Poucette” “Thumbelina” de Michel Serres

Some books touch your soul. You who live in this reality, you with your own (…)

Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei, a chinese artist. A master in contemporary art. And a champion of (…)

How to wrap 5 eggs

I like to be inspired by daily life. From today but also from yesterday, (…)

Yotam Ottolenghi

The « cuisine » has never been so present in everyday life and in (…)

Barthélémy Toguo

He is a nomad too. Cameroonian artist who travels the world and shares his (…)

Line Vautrin

Woman of the 20th century. Female artist, free to create, Line Vautrin left behind (…)

Say it with a moodboard

I cut, I select, I assemble, I change, I look at all the images (…)

Love India travel guides

I have traveled so many times in India. Traveled kilometers. So, my friends frequently (…)


Aren’t we obliged to think differently now? To live differently? To act differently? I (…)

From orange to indian pink

A red thread? An orange and a pink line instead. A range of colors, (…)


There are those artists who fascinate. Panamarenko is one of them thanks to the (…)

Indigo by Catherine Legrand

Indigo. There are those books that touch, which carry us with them in a (…)

Walter Swennen

Bright colors. Topics from contemporary culture. The line is sometimes childish, sometimes incisive. Walter (…)

Goodbye Pierre Sterckx

A « grand homme » is gone. A friend. A mentor that made you (…)

Handmade in India

Because there are books that become precious objects … “Handmade in India” is one (…)

Selvedge magazine

Selvedge, A UK magazine entirely decicated to textile. You can appreciate each page of (…)

Laundry tags

A small fabric label, sewn. A small yet nothing that says it all. This (…)

Colourful laundry

Laundry drying under the eye of  passers. Trivial. Banal. Sometimes well organized. Surprising as (…)

Master piece of Miyako Ishiuchi

There are some stories that one apprehend without saying. These objects that speak without (…)

Stripes here, stripes there

There are stripes that get entangled. Others which form rows. And there are still (…)


In the profundity of indigo Indigo. A colour which likes to be interpreted, modulated. (…)


And creation, in the palm of a hand. A hand, that helps you grow. (…)

Inspiration on a board

One always cuts and pastes. But one also pins up. One puts together. One (…)


Patching up history In Japan, the boro was a thing of the past. Today, (…)

Black Mickey

When black questions colour, kitch, pop culture…. Joyce Pensato creates art which questions, which (…)

Lionel Estève

And when eyes met colour, real colour A breath. A breath of fresh air… (…)

Indian matchbox

Inspirations, we store them in boxes…And then at times, as small as they are, (…)


The intensity of a woman’s work Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010), an artist who continues to (…)


Fresh surge of inspiration. For me, creation rises from my surrounding environment, digs into (…)


A tarbouche is a flat topped brimless hat which can be traced as far (…)