The arts and crafts edition.
Oh, and one toy. Now you never have to be without a train set.
Art from books. I don’t always hold the line with the “never destroy a
book” crowd. Here are two examples of why.
The flickr set of Nicholas Galanin’s What Have We Become .
Thomas Allen’s photographed dioramas made by cutting and folding pulp covers
Bajema’s newest book. Sold out of course. Link to the Coilhouse review
because it has more pictures. Go ahead and explore Coilhouse as well.
If you’re prowling Seattle this weekend go to see the new show at Roq
La Rue — Lush Life. I’ll be there though sadly not for opening night.
The crafty bits:
First baby-food jar project that I’d let within a mile of my house.
Maybe under the canopy in the garden?
Friends for your desktop.
There are a few of you who will have to turn away from the screen for
this one. But I laughed myself silly.
DucCutters has lots of other projects many less violently wrong than
the one above.