I woke up today on an IG post that literally made me rub my eyes to see it better— that’s a good sign of good things you wanna see if I’m not clear. The post was introducing the new book of Mansur Gavriel’s LA FLOWER MARKET.
If you’re a millennial and interested any shape of the interior design, then you’ll not miss the chance to take a glimpse at this book and imagine it on your coffee table. The book from what I see is great as all the great coffee table books, that are not only for decoration. It’s if anything, and that if you give yourself a chance to actually open it, is for vision empowerment.
Yes, I want THAT to be the mood I’ll build on every damn thing I work on every morning.
LA FLOWER MARKET, photographed by Tanya Posternak and Zhenya Posternak. And the story behind the book is so cute that I can not paste it here, and I quote from Mansur Gavriel’s site:
In 2010, Floriana Gavriel and Rachel Mansur met in Los Angeles at the xx concert as strangers. They felt a strange connection and agreed to meet the next day at the Los Angeles flower market.
From that moment on, Mansur Gavriel slowly grew into what it is today. The Los Angeles flower market will always be a special place, and it is with even greater meaning that we share this beautiful photographic expression by our dear friends and collaborators, Tanya Posternak and Zhenya Posternak. Published by Libraryman.
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