lovely pictures.interesting links. the color project: blue/pink. when my oldest girl was a few months old, a passer by stopped to look at the baby, complimented me on a cute boy. kept chatting, she was talking about boys, so I told her my baby was a girl (she was wearing a blue dress). the woman gave me an angry look. said she thought she was a boy because she was wearing blue. yes, ma'am- a blue dress! :) but marketing, commercialism pushes it's own agenda and people get swept along.really scary: how many things (clothes, toys) those children have!Ms. Fiore killed the roadrunner. :(Otherwise- she'd be a lot of fun
hey there! i've been loving your blog. so much fun. thanks for all the color inspiration. i loved those firework drawings and jessica snow's work. and those tile stoves are AMAZING! they wouldn't be practical at all here (too cold). we have a cast iron stove, but still, i'd love one of those just as a sculpture! enjoy those spring flowers...
Love your flowers...it is sunny here, i guess the sun is our flower of flowers! We all miss it when its absent.Great links. I'd love to run over all the self help books with a lawn mower too. They make people twitch. Love the color site, too. didn't a famous guy draw with fire or something, like those firework drawings, only colorless? ( : i am smiling upside down.
Jackie, I agree, it's not innovative at all to kill roadrunne, didn't see the poor thing :(Jenny, thank you! I actually think Annika's stove is constructed in a very heat efficient way inside, though it looks so just lovely :) Mansuetude, maybe you think of Cai Guo Qiang? wanted to link to him for a long time, but the website videos doesn't seem to work, look here:www.caiguoqiang.com
Bibbi~Thanks so much for this link. Sat here drinking my coffee staring at his images--some are so free of restraints, i see other things. There is so much, and so many images; diversity of thought! Thanks, i wouldn't have found it alone-- ! !
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