the travelled mind

a co-worker tipped me off to a fantastic site today – Natural Curiosities.  the site is filled with so much eye candy, but I particularly love these pieces by Fernando Boher.  his collection is inspired by the concept of the Travelled Mind.  how brilliant!

I’ve been wanting to invest some time to work on our art wall.  right now I have a wonderful poster by Jason Munn, a book plate I purchased from trampoline and a wonderful drawing by Alicia Carrier.  I love them dearly, but I am so inspired by the idea of having a wall filled with art inspired by our lives.

14 Responses to “the travelled mind”

  1. Elizabeth said:

    those are gorgeous, I’m currently exploring the site now, it looks great so far!

  2. erin said:

    such a fascinating project! thanks for sharing!

  3. Sarah said:

    I love an art wall and have one all up and down our hallway filled with stuff collected on travels, prints I just love (like the one I purchased from you!) and family photos. It’s probably my favorite place in the house. So many memories with each different piece.

  4. Moocy said:

    Amazing prints. I especially love the tree. Thanks for the link!

  5. Catherine said:

    What an interesting website! I could spend hours just looking at it all…!

  6. les is mor said:

    strange. must you be affiliated with a company to purchase these prints?

  7. jen jafarzadeh said:

    oh, I love Natural Curiosities. Their art is not in my budget, but so inspiring and lovely to look at.

  8. sarah said:

    gorgeous blog you have here. so happy to have stumbled onto it!
    thanks for the tip on Natural Curiosities…I am thinking I need to own a few of the floral prints. so beautiful!

  9. destined to design said:

    Love, love, love these prints. Been wanting to start my own collection along this look as well. Thinking the flea markets are the way to go. Great site, thanks for sharing!