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Apparently these awesome self-portrait photos by Sam Taylor-Wood are actually from about four years ago, but I just found them on WeHeartIt! Aren’t they just so cool? There is an interesting, though probably also a little old, article about her here on the Telegraph.

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These trays created by the designers at ibride are just fantastic. If I could get my hands on one I’d hang it in the most prominent place in my apartment. Instead, desktop background perhaps?
Via Yatzer.

Danielle -Oct 06, 2008, 3:12PM
So funny! I just saw these trays in a store in East Hampton. They didn't have the price listed. But they also have beautiful ones with native American and island girls with loudly colored flowers. Really nice trays.

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This Blythe Doll is so cute! I think she looks like a total Free People girl! I recently found an awesome collection of Blythe pictures by Honey Bunny on Flickr- check it out if you like Blythe too! I love looking at all the outfits and hairstyles…

-Dec 04, 2010, 3:27PM
is this loa dolls then omg
-Dec 04, 2010, 3:25PM
there adorable did i spell that wrong

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James Spicer

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I found James Spicer‘s work on Poppytalk Handmade, and boy am I glad I did! I could look at the pictures he takes for hours! I really love all the work with miniatures, and the colors that seem to predominate are fabulous. It would be nice to find myself in his mini world for a while. You should have a look at his blog too – his series “Today’s Look Through the Viewfinder” is going to keep me coming back.
See James’ shop on Poppytalk to buy prints!

media posts -Apr 17, 2014, 12:19AM
Yes! Finally someone writes about buy instagram followers.

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Tejo Remy makes these chairs by layering 15 bags of rags! I want to make one, though it would probably not be as good! I love how they look!
Via Yatzer. Check out their Design Fights!

ilse -Oct 07, 2008, 3:11PM
Great to see Dutch designs on this blog! My homeland ;-)

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I snapped a couple fun little shots of the silhouette meeting yesterday – it was another day of accidental matching!

Special buddies!

A quick shot of one of our silhouette walls – basically an inspiration board!
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Danielle -Oct 03, 2008, 7:07PM
Agh! I see Ana, Shiela and Krystal are working hard! Too funny to see their beautiful faces here. Love those girls!

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These amazing crochet artworks were created by Emily Barletta. I love them and how organic they are! They look like coral to me! In her interview on My Love for You, Emily says she is inspired by internal biological functions, organs, blood, cells, etc… Check out her site for more pictures of her work- she has a cute blog too!
Via this great interview on My Love for You is a Stampede of Horses.

jill @ trend de la creme -Oct 03, 2008, 8:58AM
A-freakin-mazing!

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Aren’t these so adorable!? I wish I had them sitting all around my apartment. Emily Sutton makes them, and she adds so many wonderful little details! You can see them all right here.

Elisabeth Timpone -Oct 02, 2008, 9:15AM
this blog is so much fun and very inspiring, thanks free people! Emily Sutton's birds are really beautiful, the colors and detail really make them special. Have a wonderful day!

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This sewn up sewing machine is so incredible! Made by artist Danny Mansmith, who has a history and a personal connection with the sewing machine as a means to make his art.
You have to check out his website and read his thoughts about art, and the inspiration behind creating things with your own hands.
Danny says, “My favorite sweater was one my grandma made out of a towel and embroidered a D. on it.”
Danny also says, “I love bad sewing. When you see something put together really roughly, you see—despite the individual’s apparent lack of skill and perfected technique—creativity.”
found via penguin & fish

computerized sewing & embroidery machine -Nov 17, 2009, 2:10AM
covering a sewing machine with such an incredible design around it can somehow difficult to used when you are sewing a dress. sewing machine
computerized sewing & embroidery machine -Nov 17, 2009, 2:10AM
covering a sewing machine with such an incredible design around it can somehow difficult to used when you are sewing a dress. sewing machine

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betsy walton

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Last week I came across the artwork of Betsy Walton. (Sorry, I’m not sure where I found it! I just made a little note to feature her…)
What I love most about her gouache paintings is her color combinations. I also love how they all look like they are set in some kind of imaginary sea world. I even get that feeling when everything about the imagery says that it is set on land…
Check out her website and see all of her current projects and exhibitions, many of them in and around her home in Portland, Oregon. You can also buy a print or painting of your own at her etsy shop.

Thanks in part to HI+LOW, who found it, I have been combing the archives of Record Envelope all afternoon. It’s basically just tons and tons of pictures of old record sleeves – which it turns out is pretty interesting. The graphics are total eye-candy. Check it out!

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Dutch artist Ferry Staverman makes these wonderful trees out of recycled cardboard and thread! Rag & Bone, which is where I discovered them, muses that he would like to live in an entire forest of these trees, and I wholeheartedly agree!

person -Jul 19, 2009, 1:12PM
scroll up and down by it and it looks like its blooming
FrurgySer -Dec 07, 2008, 11:33PM
Hi! My name is Jessika!

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