any of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. there is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office for who gets the most views on their posts, 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, the most liked photos on our Facebook and Instagram.
This week’s most repinned image on TL’s Pinterest is Sarah Illenberger’s ‘Meloncholie’. Sarah Illenberger is a Berlin-based artist whose meticulously-crafted work caught the eye of Trendland. She uses simple household items such as paper, food, textiles and wood to create vivid 3D illustrations and set designs. Here she has taken something as simple as a seedless watermelon and represented it as if the seeds were literately raining out of the watermelon.
Check out more of Sarah Illenverger’s Photography here.
This weeks most viewed post on Trendland is ‘Mixing Modern and Medieval For This Dream Duplex’. Architect Anna Noguera resorted this beautiful Sixteenth Century Barcelona medieval house into a 1900 Sqft. duplex entitled “El Badiu” (The Veranda) and a 1000 sqft. apartment entitled “El Jardo” (The Garden).
Check out our posts on Mixing Modern and Medieval For This Dream Duplex.
This weeks most ‘liked’ photo on TL’s Facebook was the above image by Emily Shur. Photographer Emily Shur teams up with Papermag to create Get Busy, Get Dizzy -an art and fashion mashup revolving around three models dressed in today’s top labels, including Mark McNairy, Alexis Bittar, 3.1 Phillip Lim, M.C.L by Matthew Campbell Laurenza, and Carven. Our fans on facebook seened to love this dizzy print mashup!
Check out our post ‘Get Busy, Get Dizzy’.
Trendland’s Editor in Chief, Ani Tzenkova, instagrammed a photo of the penthouse suite, at the Standard East Hotel, where she met with Carine Roitfeld. Our Instagram followers instantly LOVED the décor of the room as well as the caption write below: “meeting with Carine Roitfeld at the Penthouse of the Standard East”.