MAFIA-HUNT

Inspiration; Halo of wild

Posted in Inspiration by mafiahunt on November 7, 2010

Inspiration: C.R.O.S.S

Posted in Inspiration by mafiahunt on October 11, 2010

Macedonian folk embroidered pillow case

Posted in Art & design, fiber arts, folklore, Inspiration by mafiahunt on October 8, 2010

ANTIQUE MACEDONIAN FOLK EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASE

buy it here

Zandra Rhodes’ apartment (London)

Posted in Inspiration, interiors by mafiahunt on October 6, 2010

Images via:Awesome Places

Silver lake style: Brutus Magazine

Posted in Inspiration, interiors by mafiahunt on October 4, 2010

I am lusting after a large space. While I dream, I just trip over that chair, that kinda blocks the passage to my kitchen. I dream of big hallways. I dream of endless space. Until then, I have too much stuff.

images: myleshenry blog

My own Private Idaho (1991)

Posted in fashion & style, film, Inspiration by mafiahunt on September 16, 2010

One of my current Fashion inspirations are the rent boys in Gus Van Sant’s my own Private Idaho. Some of my favorite looks from the film, displayed below:

inspiration: sun, mourning, skin.

Posted in Inspiration by mafiahunt on September 13, 2010

Check out Devlin and I’s inspiration/image blog: BLAAAK

The style of New Beat (more)

Posted in fashion & style, Inspiration by mafiahunt on September 8, 2010

New Beat fashion is my current inspiration. I am in a drab rut with my way if dress, I want to have some fun..

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And my favorite New beat track of all time:

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images: New Beat Fashion

Ashik Kerib (1988)

Posted in film, folklore, Inspiration by mafiahunt on September 1, 2010

Ashik Kerib (1988): Directed by Soviet-Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov based on the short story of the same name by Mikhail Lermontov. Ashik Kerib is Truly a film of visual delights. Not to forget the costumes are amazing.

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Inspiration: 15th century mamluk mail shirt

Posted in Inspiration, objects by mafiahunt on August 11, 2010

15th century Mamluk mail shirt, now in the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.

image via: Sword Forum

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