I HATE DRAWING SHADOWS FOR IMAGINARY OBJECTS

malakain:

malakain

ilnostroamoreecomeloceano:

“Ma l’amore è un’altra cosa. L’amore non da pace. L’amore è insonne. L’amore è elevare a potenza. L’amore è veloce. L’amore è domani. L’amore è tsunami. L’amore è rossosangue.”
—Alessandro D’Avenia.

quickweaves:

White people destroyed 3/4s of the world for spices and have the nerve not to season their food.

Spring in Italy - Isaac Levitan, 1890

froufroufashionista:

The aptly named #dream collection by #Cosabella just arrived…so lovely! (at Faire Frou Frou)

itscolossal:

Our Changing Seas IIICourtney Mattison. Glazed stoneware and porcelain. 

Etsy Shop

realizing all of the separation anxiety symptoms and having them is the absolute worst

i need you in my life 100% of the time

This was an end of year college project. I decide to create a playful yet functional game for young children and parents.

John Huizinga’s Elements of Play helped me crystalise a nice yet cohesive visual language. All pieces are handstitched by myself.

I used marino wool for the bag as it had a relevant connection to the age group, and the use of a simple plain purl stich again reflets this.

It enables children to develop their asymmetrical bialteral integration, which is movement of an object in different notions in one single gesture.