What happens if you wander the world, you live in Paris, on a boat in Amsterdam, in Australia? When you collect delicate little gems, transform vintage pieces into remarkable ideas for the home, have a refined sense for a romantic and eclectic style? Well, I haven’t got an answer for you, but I have an idea what it would look like – like the work of the Australian stylist, photographer and author Pia Jane Bijkerk.
Earlier this year I’ve reviewed her amazing book here on the blog, and it is illustrated with that specific and unique style that she creates and captures magically with her camera. No matter if this is your style or not, I’ve learned one important lesson from Pia’s work: to notice the little details. To acknowledge their beauty. And to create ideas that stem from just one tiny peculiarity. Like a dried flower. Or a wandering heart. Happy Friday!
Photography by Pia Jane Bijkerk
thanks for posting this, Pia is my idol, really she inspiring me a lot!
Happy weekend to you too!
Hi Igor, oh I love this post, Pia is certainly one that I will remember! Nice blog by the way.
Thank you both for your nice comments – I wish you a happy weekend!!
I love her style she truly does help you to see that there is beauty in everything!
I read a piece on a photographer recently who’s specialty is flowers,and he takes pic at every stage including when they die,there is really something to love about that stage as well,such an eye opener!
Pia’s work always leaves me inspired. I still haven’t read her latest book but I will do so one day. Her Amsterdam book has been on my coffee table since I bought it.
Have a lovely weekend. ‘See you’ after my blog break 😉
She has very inspiring style. I like it.
Regards from Slovenia!
Das Keramikarrangement mit Feige und Zweig ist wirklich schön!
Ebenfalls schönes Wochenende!
Perfect pictures by Pia to visually accompany your inspiring message 🙂 Thanks Igor!
She is so incredibly talented-there’s nothing I don’t love about her work. Great post Igor 🙂