This past Saturday, I volunteered as a photographer at Pop Up Chapel, which was held at the Merchant’s Gate in Central Park. I am so glad I did, even though I was still hurting a bit from my injured back. 24 couples who, up until a few weeks ago, were not legally allowed to wed in the state of New York, were married in beautiful ceremonies to the cheers of their loved ones & complete strangers who lined the fences to watch.
I’ll be posting more photos later today, but in the meantime here’s a shot I took while standing in one of the two beautiful chapels, called “The Ribbon.”
“Armin lives with his wife and two young boys, and the design of the house is so playful. Doors covered in light switches to confuse visitors and doors within doors for the children to use; everything has a fun element to it. This door has little Pantone reference panels for every color they can see in the nature around them.”
words can’t describe how much I love Conrad Roset <33333
Anilinas by Conrad Roset…
Spanish Illustrator Conrad Roset has debuted his latest series entitled Cosas Intimas. Roset has incorporated splashes of colors through out the illustrations which adds a unique element of color into each drawing. (via)