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I am I 目玉焼きニットプルオーバー

I am I 目玉焼きニットプルオーバー

I am I 目玉焼きニットプルオーバー

I am I 目玉焼きニットプルオーバー

I am I 目玉焼きニットプルオーバー

stitchingsanity:

venomousswan:

Just gotta frame it, and I might make a planchette this weekend.
#crossstitch #needlework #ouija

I need to make one of these!

origamirabbit:

CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation
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origamirabbit:

CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation
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CAT TATTOO compilation

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etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards
Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift &amp; Roe | The Etsy Blog
etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards
Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift &amp; Roe | The Etsy Blog
etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards
Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift &amp; Roe | The Etsy Blog
etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards
Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift &amp; Roe | The Etsy Blog
etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards
Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift &amp; Roe | The Etsy Blog

etsy:

"I use the name “gazing bowls” because the word gaze is often indicative of wonder, fascination and awe. Like a rescinding tide or desert after a rain storm, when the bowls are filled with water the color and patterns change. When I look into these bowls I feel as if they transform before my eyes, like staring at the ocean or the sky after a storm. These bowls can serve many purposes; resonant healing objects, meditation, a vessel for your favorite treasures or eye candy. My son loves to use them for our ever-expanding cabinet of curiosities." — Riley Salyards

Read more» Fresh Shop: Swift & Roe | The Etsy Blog

typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg
typeworship:

Here Be Monsters
I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 
Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg

typeworship:

Here Be Monsters

I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 

Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg

mendenlama:

A garment of words. Illustration from Die Kunst Ciromantia von Dr. Hartlieb, 1448. Manuscript in the Library of Congress collection.

Source: Library of Congress


Poe’s Law: That moment when a Fox Business commentator sounds just like a Disney villain.

Poe’s Law: That moment when a Fox Business commentator sounds just like a Disney villain.

Poe’s Law: That moment when a Fox Business commentator sounds just like a Disney villain.

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loserific:

I wanted to practice daisy and stem stitches, but also stitch Batman… 😬😬 #embroidery #batman


Stephen Webster’s Seven Deadly Sins collection. This is so amazing. The above ring is Wrath.
Envy:

Gluttony:

Greed:

Lust:

Pride:

Sloth:

Stephen Webster’s Seven Deadly Sins collection. This is so amazing. The above ring is Wrath.

Envy:

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Gluttony:

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Greed:

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Lust:

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Pride:

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Sloth:

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foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.
foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.
foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.
foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.
foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.
foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.

foundingfathersfbconvos:

ohmyasian:

2114. Chineasy by Shao Lan Hsueh. Cute drawings to help you remember some easy chinese characters!

If I could get this for Japanese, it’d be a great teaching tool in the classroom.

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bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 
bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout
I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 
Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.
I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 

bicyclemadefortwo:

The Art Assignment #2 - Deb Sokolow’s Stakeout

I decided to follow the Stakeout assignment using the theme of portraiture and a time frame of 40 hours. I recorded it all in a book which I made and bound because I felt it reflected the rough and strung together nature of the photos that were produced as a result of the project. 

Over a period of 6 days I was able to record 40 hours worth of curious people who took selfies with disposable cameras I left in various locations including my home town and St Pancras International in London. I started with 3 cameras and ended with 2, and gained around 40 wonderful photographs.

I’ve included a few pages from the book and a selection of my favourite images. This was super exciting to do. 

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Canon EOS 7D

scientificillustration:

'Moveable dissected coloured plate' from Robert's Knox's 'Man: His Structure and Physiology', 1857

From the Horniman Museum and Gardens Library (click for blog post on this work)

Thanks for the submission! 

The Horniman Museum is well worth a visit.

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Nikon D4