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RANDOM THINGS












What a style for practicing violin after a bath.


Which echoing the headpiece iza made ( and the outfit ) with an old sleeve for her beloved rabbit.


Iza's doodle on a leaf, which was always the "supporting character" in the presentation of Japanese dish, was now in focus here ...



Snacks by chef iza for we three.



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10 comments:

kenza said...

Love Iza! Love the rabbit! and love the snack!

CdP said...

Iza and his violin, that is such a beautiful story!

Amélie said...

Oh I love love those random things! The rabbit! Fell in love with that rabbit. And the snack mice!
Love also your talent for composition. A magic moment I know I'll come and visit again...

Fei An said...

That is a NICE and very COOL style, Dear Iza:)!

Love to see her little mind of creativity shining though these cute things she made. Have read your replay of my comment from the previous post. Nice that you already have DVD of 二十四城记:)I really like his 贾章柯work.

Tell Iza that looking at her works of styling and 厨艺really makes me happy. 喜欢看又酷又好玩儿又有型的臻。:)

Yanyan said...
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Yanyan said...

Love you Iza. The first image is like a piece of art! And Iza'r art T will soon go commercial :) Thank you my dear! (had to delete my first comment, too many typos :)

alliot + iza said...

Dear yanayn,
I can sense how it feels when seeing one's work is carrying by another person ... though it's actually not my work :) Exciting, touching, amazing ...
It's really a big difference from the moment we final deliver our projects to client. I think space projects do lack of that kind of spontaneity and surprise. Except for home designs, there's usually restricted room for personal interpretation by individual carrier (user). It's so delicious to feel overwhelmed :) Thanks so much for that!!
For the first pic of iza, i think she's got a really heavy head with that big thick towel and her wet long hair :)

c. said...

Love the amazing portrait of iza with this yellow towel... Like a painting... And the rabbit is very elegant too ;-)

Yoli said...

She looks like an painting in that first image. Beautiful.

Alma said...

Such a brilliant imagination here! And lovely pics as always.