We have all heard of the saying "If it's not broken, don't fix it" but in this case its more like "If it's broken, leave it". These accidental works of art were taken by William Miller on his dodgey broken polaroid camera.  The camera was nearly returned before he realised it produced lovely snapshots of all different colours and abstract imagery. Is it ok that I now want to try and brake my own polaroid camera? I should probably just hold off on that idea and buy the prints instead.



I love these images by artist Anna Schuleit. Set over four floors of a mental health centre in Massachusettes, the floral visuals were created to address the absence of flowers in psychiatric hospitals. The now unused, drab and institutional building was covered with over 28,000 potted blooming flowers, all offering an array of different colour's and scents, breathing a little life back into  a tired and worn out building.



So now I am on official countdown until me and my friends set off to Barcelona for all the delights the city has to offer as well as Primavera Sound Festival at the end of May. As I can no longer contain my excitement I have already started putting together a list of places and tourist spots I would like to visit, first and foremost is of course - a good little tapas bar. One that seemed to pop up quite often in my culinary search was Tapas 24, which has got a lot of good recommendations on other foodie blogs. After a bit more research I found not only does the food look good, but so does the branding, something which I like to go hand in hand - when someone takes pride in their branding, you know they are going to put the same care and attention into the food, my mouth is watering already - only 49 days to go...



The slightly disturbing, but beautiful in their own right, portraits taken by Hamburg-based photographer Carsten Witte