An eccentric collection of sculpture, dolls, paper art, propmaking and other things I like.

Pavement - Form Follows Groove by Horst Kiechle on Flickr.Tree root grows in pattern of paving stones. How beautiful! I always love the intersection of organic form and formal elegance.

Pavement - Form Follows Groove by Horst Kiechle on Flickr.

Tree root grows in pattern of paving stones. How beautiful! I always love the intersection of organic form and formal elegance.

Such a beautiful sculpt.

Such a beautiful sculpt.

Beautiful baby kirin figurine by Indigo-Ocean. This is gorgeous in white, but I’d love to paint one!

Beautiful baby kirin figurine by Indigo-Ocean. This is gorgeous in white, but I’d love to paint one!

Mini choco cupcakes by Mouse Market. I met this lady at a show on Sunday. I recognized one of her items as the bracelet pictured in the tutorial I had just tried last week! Small world, isn’t it? Anyway, she was very friendly and her work is amazing. There’s just something about realistic mini food!

Mini choco cupcakes by Mouse Market. I met this lady at a show on Sunday. I recognized one of her items as the bracelet pictured in the tutorial I had just tried last week! Small world, isn’t it? Anyway, she was very friendly and her work is amazing. There’s just something about realistic mini food!

Handmade flower bowls in turquoise, lime and seafoam glaze. I love the imperfections of the glaze mixed with the symmetry of the form. They’d go great with my dinner set, too! By Lee Wolfe Pottery.

Handmade flower bowls in turquoise, lime and seafoam glaze. I love the imperfections of the glaze mixed with the symmetry of the form. They’d go great with my dinner set, too! By Lee Wolfe Pottery.

I might have a new favorite artist. Tang Wei Min, Chinese oil painter, captures beautiful ladies in traditional Asian finery. His paintings are modern and historical at the same time. I love how soft they look.

I might have a new favorite artist. Tang Wei Min, Chinese oil painter, captures beautiful ladies in traditional Asian finery. His paintings are modern and historical at the same time. I love how soft they look.

I need someone to knit this for me!

I need someone to knit this for me!

A dozen little toadstools on a journey…

meniere:

wow why do i find this so cute

A dozen little toadstools on a journey…

meniere:

wow why do i find this so cute

(Source: m-wolvez)

rosasempervirens:

featherandmoss:

Pet-peeve:  when you see something FUCKING AWESOME on Tumblr and it’s been reblogged like 17,000 times but it has no info on where it’s from or who the hell made it or if it’s even for sale… Because these tentacle teacups are FUCKING AWESOME.  And I could not for the life of me figure out where they came from, until just now.
These are made by an artist named Mary O’Malley from Long Island.  She does some sweet-ass ceramic work.  She has an Etsy shop, where these are sold.

I reblogged this picture before and have hunted for the source for hours. Thank you! 

rosasempervirens:

featherandmoss:

Pet-peeve:  when you see something FUCKING AWESOME on Tumblr and it’s been reblogged like 17,000 times but it has no info on where it’s from or who the hell made it or if it’s even for sale… Because these tentacle teacups are FUCKING AWESOME.  And I could not for the life of me figure out where they came from, until just now.

These are made by an artist named Mary O’Malley from Long Island.  She does some sweet-ass ceramic work.  She has an Etsy shop, where these are sold.

I reblogged this picture before and have hunted for the source for hours. Thank you!