I love stained glass windows, but something that has always cropped up in my Pinterest feed are windows made with recycled glass, mainly bottles. I’ve pinned a few images over the years, but revisited them this week after rediscovering two stained glass panels we have in our house.
This year has seen so much loss and I’ve recently been drawn to the work of Amy Friend and in particular her series entitled ‘Dare alla Luce’. I studied photography to degree level and my work, much like Friend’s, used the found image as a starting point.
I noticed this product on Instagram a while ago and instantly wanted one – it’s a flat pack lightbox that is designed to be used with your mobile phone to take images perfect for instagram and to use for product shots etc.
For nearly three decades, John Bisbee has welded and forged 12-inch spikes under the mantra, “Only nails, always different.”
Used, Found, Worn, Significant. These are the titles given to collections of paintings by Rachel Ross. I was introduced to her work by a friend last year.
I love the work of Michael Mapes who creates intricate and detailed portraits by dissecting thousands of photographs of an individual and taking the tiny fragments and pinning them in place like biological specimens.
Have you seen the work of Floyd Elzinga? I spotted images of his Pine Cone Colony on Pinterest recently and thought they were amazing.
Another recent Pinterest find is the artist Haley Bates. I love finding people who work with spoons as they’re such a passion of mine.
I recently threw out a load of old zip files – obsolute technology containing files I can no longer access. I’ve held onto them for so long, but decided at last that there was no point keeping them as the information stored on them was now no longer accessible. I wish I’d know about the […]
If you do an online search for ‘Cancun Underwater Museum’ you’ll be transported into another realm. Hundreds of cast concrete figures inhabit the sea bed and have formed artificial reefs.