Some more gicléeprints made from the ink drawings made in India.
National Library Of Medicine, turning the pages online. I like the animal drawings in the book Historiae Animalium.
Seeing the sounds of the sea, spectrograms of whale song. (Guess the links was found on The Book of Barely Imagined Beings.)
Easter is a favorite. It contains many nice things. Like hens and chickens, spring flowers, eggs and chocolate cake. And if I remember, I will put a yellow cloth on the kitchen table. Easter is an undemanding feast. Hope you´ll enjoy yours, you who will celebrate.
Something for the weekend?
DIY Paper Flower Corsages
Paper flower rings
Trying hard to think of new funny things. My brain is so slow today, weather is gray, the cookies in the kitchen are almost eaten. Time to think outside the cake tin? Time to take the note book for a walk?
Christopher Kane has been thinking inside his grandmothers yarn box. I like! (via Pattern People)
Look, an egg! So very perfect, and still warm when found. Sylvia and the rooster are back in the henhouse. Now we are waiting for some new hens and maybe some chickens. (Om du vet någon som har fina värphöns till salu, kontakta mig gärna. Adress via länken högt upp till höger.)
Did I say something about not keeping so many things at home? That coming back from India wanted me to remove all unnecessary stuff? Well, that memory I can´t recall at all. Four parcels with plastic carpets, broken toys, cheap clothes I will probably never use, enamel bowls, sun-bleached textiles and other invaluable items from our trip came with the rural postman yesterday. Oh, all those nice things that are now filling up our place!
John Derian (look at their Moroccan rugs!), found on Mikael Beckman's site.
Suddenly; no ice on the lake in front of our house! How did that happen? And the lovage, the blue anemones and the toads, where did they come from? Where the grape hyacinth comes from I know. From Konsum Figeholm. (The white ones are my favorites this spring.)
Canales Aracil, flower sculptures, and Pete Dungey. (Both links from Mylla.)
Anki Wolter, vas och kopp.