Anti-biotics. Soft food. Damn wisdom tooth.
The association of pink with femininity is relatively new historically, but still pretty well entrenched. The Nazis used a pink triangle to symbolise and stigmatise homosexuality; the gay community has since appropriated the colour pink and turned it into a source of power and pride.
In clothes, pink isn’t really me. Blame my colouring, but apart from a bit of a magenta phase, I definitely tend towards the orange end of the fashion spectrum.
I quite like pink in fabric though.
Because of the degrees I’ve chosen, pink has been the colour of graduation.
But pink for me belongs in nature; in sunrises and sunsets – and of course flowers.
It’s rained a lot today and the sky is leaden. It would feel a bit depressing if I hadn’t noticed the first buds on the plum trees and these pictures in my “pics I’ve taken to cheer me up” photo archive.
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The Auckland Art Gallery is currently hosting California Design – an exhibition of furniture, jewellery, clothing, industrial design and architecture from 1930-65.
Amidst work by Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul László and Saul Bass was this brilliant poster by Louis Danziger for New York School: The First Generation exhibition, 1965.
We snapped a shot for the boy-child who missed the exhibtion, but we knew would love the poster.
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