Prologue: By way of explanation regarding this eleventh hour post, I think the spooks are hitting blogger pretty hard this week. Between disappearing photos and vanishing prose, this post has taken a mite longer than expected. I might have abandoned it all together, but I thought you would enjoy the very beautiful and haunting talents of Mr. Douglas Little to start you on your trick or treating evening. So here is a VERY much condensed version of the disappearing post:
What I wanted to show you were the beautiful recreations that Mr. Little did for the window displays at Bergdorf Goodman:
To see the entire display click here. There are many more images to pique your imagination.
House and Garden, April 2006, Photo by Jeff Riedel
But he is also a decorator/designer and stylist extraordinaire.
House and Garden April 2006
Some of you may remember this fireplace from a previous post about fireplaces here.
House and Garden, April 2006
As well as a collector of curiosities.
A taste of the offerings by Douglas Little:
Devilishly delectable sweets produced for the Maxfield Holiday Installation. Be sure to see this under "Events" in the main menu.
New Signature Collection Absinthe Candle
Silver Thorn Apple Candle - $225
Skull Porcelain Plates - set of four - $180
Resin Correspondence Box with Flourished Calligraphy Dove Stationary - $175
L-O-V-E Stationary set - $50
Postscript: I apologize yet again. When html code started to appear on the "compose" page, I almost gave in. A Haunting perhaps!?!