Stylist Sasa Antic
I found out about Swedish stylist Sasa Antic from Anna and thought I'd share her delightful portfolio with you today for a little Friday inspiration. I've had a very full day as I attended an art exhibit and had a doctor's appointment (yay! clean bill of health!), then I went for coffee with two friends and I'm finally home after this full day and well... I'm tired! But of course there's no way I can skip a day of blogging as there is always so much that I'm finding to talk about here, I have about 12 things in queue already to write about next week! All I can say is that I'm so grateful that I love decorating and design as much as I do because writing on this blog is never tiring or draining for me - even after a long day it's a source of comfort, inspiration and joy for me to sit here before you, a lovely friend waiting for something beautiful to see.
I was thinking about my blog the other day as I just celebrated my 4th year of blogging full-time and have now entered my 5th year. As you know, the 5th year of doing anything consistently on the web is to be counted in dog years, so if 1 year for a human is for a dog 7 years then I've been blogging for 35 years already. I do web math this way simply because things start to feel really old and boring online after mere weeks, never mind months and YEARS. Truth is, if you can keep blogging after 4 years of it like me, I assume I'll be doing this for many more years to come. I can't imagine my life with decor8. And I want to thank all of you who visit me and read my RSS feeds each day and I'm very, very happy that you tune in and show me a good amount of support, friendship and that in turn, you share your opinions and finds with me to via your emails and comments here. I digress... back to the lovely work of Sasa Antic who has, by the name, the most unusual and cool name don't you think?
Sasa is props and set designer/stylist for prestigious clients like H&M, Ahlems, IKEA, Glamour, Elle Interior and Family Living magazine and it's no wonder why as you view her tear sheets and photographs in her portfolio. She's extremely creative with great vision and demonstrates patience, a thorough understanding of composition, and is obviously an expert at spotting trends and knows how to best highlight them in a way that meets her clients demands while still remaining current in addition to allowing her artistic interpretation to shine through. What a delicate balance! And such lovely inspirational work.
(images: sasa antic)