Guest curator Diana Khozestan curated another 'weekly window', and here is what she had to say about it:
"It's summer! The kids are on their holidays and the lucky ones are jetting off to exotic places. The rest of us are crossing our fingers and hoping for some sunshine in this notoriously soggy nation. I think taking the time out in our busy schedules to catch a few rays of sunlight is highly important.
Using TOMS shoes I have a created a path leading you to a small patch of green grass in London, somewhere quiet away from the busy bustling streets of London. What you do on this patch of green grass is entirely up to you, whether it may be to read a book or to listen to your iPod.
West’s use of vibrant colours give an enchanting effect grasping your attention, yet, the figure still looks very relaxed. I feel during summer time those who truly relax and enjoy summer give out positive sparks of their colourful personality.
I adore Holding’s manipulated photographs of the botanic flowers as they look bold and blooming and the only peaceful things in a place which sometimes may feel like a prison. Griffin’s abstract flower looks organic, natural and portrays positive energy. I think the natural world is something you should expose yourself to constantly, especially when you may be trapped in a concrete jungle."