Over the last couple of months I’ve been busy trying to decorate the interior of my new apartment, although I am yet to reach a point where I’m entirely happy with how it looks. I love the process of updating new furniture and re-arranging how everything looks together, creating something new out of old pieces.
Over time I’ve collected some really cool key things that have made it easier to decorate the new apartment. I’ve always liked to take photos of how things have been arranged – a little snapshot of time of how my room once looked.
I came across these snaps from my old place which I thought I’d share and I’m really looking forward to doing a follow up post to contrast just how different the new apartment feels to the old apartment.
I thought I’d end my Vivid Sydney posts for the year with snaps of my favourite artwork from the festival – the ‘City Life’ projection on Customs House created by The Electric Canvas.
A ‘city within a city’ was projected onto the sandstone exterior of Customs House, illustrating different aspects of City Life – the morning rush, the public transport, the weather, the streets and buildings.
Personally, I thought the large scale projection was a definite standout in this year’s Vivid Festival, the theme of the animations resonating so fittingly against the backdrop of the city behind it. Definitely looking forward to what will be on show next year.
After a failed attempt to organise a weekend trip to the Hunter Valley, a group of friends and I decided to spend the day wandering around the streets of Sydney. Here are some of the happy snaps.
Altair Building, Potts Point.
The “Not So Reuben” Sandwich, Reuben Hills