you've seen them everywhere in glossies, and online.
(via habitually chic)
(via elle decor)
but james nares is my hero.
he uses a single brush in a single color and a contraption-suspension-thingy he made himself.
i read once that he uses pigment and wax to get that transparent flowy movement.
most of which he makes himself.
he has said that 'brushes are like characters: each one does a different dance".
the ones particularly toying with my emotions:
the iridescent pigments on a dark background.
the other day christine from bijou and boheme asked what you'd buy if you won the lottery.... there are lots of things that i say i'd do if i won the lottery but buying an original james nares is at the top.
i'd treasure it.