Good things come in pairs… here are some of my favorite pairs (I think part two will come soon..) From the top: salt and pepper, amazing plush pair by Cat Rabbit, adorable sisters in a sailor outfits, my luna’s twins, Romi (on the left)with her friend, summer vaction 2009
Dot. The World’s smallest stop-motion animation character shot on a Nokia N8 from doreymccall on Vimeo. (via:http://illusion.scene360.com/video)
As a huge fan of Douglas Adams I’m dedicating this post to him. Today is the “Towel Day”, celebrated every 25th of May as a tribute by fans to the amazing late author. He is a true inspiration to me, and his books are loyal friends that accompany me in sad times and happy times. His books open a door to his genius sense of humor, crazy ideas and the wonderful view on the world. Every reading reveals new details and brings smiles. This weird and crazy world of imagination is one of the ultimate sources of inspiration. How can I end a post about Adams without quoting one of his many best advices for life: DON’T PANIC! and: So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish! all beautiful fished are from Flora Douville
I’m in a blue & white stripes, fresh summer mood… From the top: door knob at my home, beautiful stitched recipe cards and pillow from Pilosale, Gray Rabbit from Timor, wonderful ceramic work from Marianne Hallberg
The “hand challenge” was an initiative of the wonderful Nadine. Originally it was a drawing challenge, but the challenge was to much for me at this moment (drawing hand is my second most challenging object to draw, just after drawing a portrait…). So here is my hand, or to be exact my daughter’s hand. Her sweet hand, showing this little finding from the park is the hand I would like to draw.
Some pictures from the beautiful vacation we had. Feels good to be back home. Happy weekend!
Small size children’s book with a sitting Bambi.
Interesting, clean with good sense of humor by Veronika kerbl. (via: http://www.behance.net)
Emilie Faife, Parisian based textile artist, create stunning installation using needle and thread. Check her site to see more of her unique, beautiful work.