Here’s a little round-up of things we’ve found interesting on the web this week. We call it the Ladyloop. So if you’re looking for somewhere to begin your web wanderings, this is a good place to start each Wednesday…
Clem found further proof that John Malkovich is utterly awesome… and bonkers!
Uh-oh. Looks like a bulk order from the US is on the cards. Selina loves everything about the Oh Joy collection for Target... and they now ship worldwide!
Bella is booking a ticket to this South London Gallery screening and Q&A of Rough Aunties, a Sundance-winning documentary by Kim Longinotto about a group of women who care for abused and neglected children in Durban, South Africa.
Celia continues her gold obsession and loves the juxtaposition of it against the raw interior materials of The Sawmill house by Archier in Yackandandah, Australia
Margherita never thought she’d be excited about airport expansions, but if architecture firm HOK’s green proposal for London Heathrow’s Terminal 6 goes ahead, that’s what it would be, exciting!
Emma loves this artwork by French artist Thomas Mailaender. Taking old large-format negatives from the vast London-based photographic Archive of Modern Conflict, he burned their images directly onto the skin of people using UV sun lamps. It’s part of a group show at TJ Boulting in London.