An early die-cut promotional handout encouraging tourists to “Follow the Birds to Victoria BC”
Well, I’m here. I suppose I should do stuff.
A really bored looking monster eats a peasant.
Or: Victoria vs math.
These awesome photos, in which rolling waves appear to be both perfectly frozen in time and miraculously made solid, are the work of French photographer Pierre Carreau.
Carreau “shoots waves with a variety of high speed cameras using various macro and wide angle lenses, capturing water shapes that appear more sculptural than liquid.”
gulf of st lawrence (eastern canada) in april. spring ice thaw and the complex flow of water create beautiful glacial patterns in the ocean. image taken by the MODIS instrument on NASA’s terra satellite.
Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
Have we mentions that everyone should read Give Jansson’s The Summer Book? Because they should.
“Large moth soft sculpture made from new and vintage velvets, cottons and upholstery fabrics. A plump body is pulled tight with stitching and ribbed to mimic a chubby moths shape. Permanently stiff wings are folded back and her little legs hold her in a friendly stance. Flaws, age marks,rusty pin marks and odd stitching are celebrated and are to expected. A gentle tea wash lightly ages each piece and pulls all the colours together with inks, acrylic paints and watercolours.”
Moths and Butterflies by MisterFinch in Leeds, UK.
I love this SO MUCH
Kelsium! Still into moths?
GREAT BALLS OF PTARMIGAN!
when does a serious looking face not mean something like this
The truth has never rung so clearly. Pherenike.
My first love
Kintsukuroi; Japanese art of repairing with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken.
spring omnipotent goddess Thou
by: e.e. cummings (1894-1962)
O my freakish feet feet incorrigible! P.