Weekly Viral Report Card


any of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. There is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office for whose got the viral touch, so we decided to materialize this obsession into a ‘Weekly Viral Report’ that includes the top post on Trendland.com, the most repined images from our Pinterest, and the most liked photos on our Facebook and Instagram.


Pascal’s The Staircase

This week’s most repinned image on TL’s Pinterest is this image of Pascal Anson’s, ‘The Staircase’. I just love the combination of color and print oozing down the staircase. It’s as if someone spilled a paint bucket down the stairs and these incredible colors and prints formed while dripping down.


See the image here on our Pinterest.


EXCLU:”Gif Art” Campaign by Nina Ricci & Jo Ratcliffe

This weeks most viewed post on Trendland.com was the “Gif Art” Campaign by Nina Ricci & Jo Ratcliffe. TL is a huge fan of illustrator/artist, Jo Ratcliffe and we loved the fact that she teamed up with Nina Ricci to collaborate these chic Gifs.


Check out our previous  “Gif Art” Campaign by Nina Ricci & Jo Ratcliffe.


Mierswa – Kluska Photography

This weeks most ‘liked’ photo on TL’s Facebook was the above image by Andrea Mierswa and Markus Kluska. These Munich based photographers travel the world capturing iconic still life’s, portraying objects of desire.


Check out the photo on our Facebook.

Check out the our post on Mierswa- Kluska Photography.


That’s a big # bubble!

Our Instagram followers loved this image. What every kids wants to see -a huge bubble that they just can not wait to pop!

Vanessa Weste

Year Born: 1988
Location: NYC // How many hours a day are you on the web? 10
Last cool project you worked on: Street Style video coverage of New York Fashion Week
Best place to eat in your neighborhood: The Dead Rabbit
Top 3 Places: Surf Lodge, Kit’s Beach in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Playland Motel at Rockaway Beach
Next destination: Paris, Australia Marrakesh, Cuba
Generation favorite: Pinterest and Instagram