There are not many things I love more than depictions of monsters. I don't know why - there's something about them. An odd kind of whimsy that makes you smile although it's hard to put your finger on the exact reason why. Here's one that I found and fell in love with: It's not hard...Look at the little guy! He's created by Luciano Polverigiani, a South American Artist who creates . . .
French creative duo Zim & Zou never cease to amaze me. Their latest colourful paper universe was for the window display of the new Hermès store in Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates. Titled ‘Forest Folks’, the duo adds a little magic into the retail world by creating two different scenes referencing a fairytale world including oversized mushrooms, florals, and whimsical creatures. . . .
It was a sad moment all around when Dandelion was announced to be retiring after 27 years - the bright yellow in Crayola's crayon set. This was decided in order to make room for a new blue shade. *cue sad music* "Our beloved Dandelion decided to announce his retirement early! There’s no taming an adventurous spirit! #NationalCrayonDay" - Crayola This isn't a first-time occurrence for the crayon . . .
Here's my latest hitRECORD challenge entry - The Shoe Girl. Based on a line from this poem, I created my little girl. "Sally who only just turned two, pulls a rabbit from her shoe." Magic Town - REmix, CMather She is confused. On one hand, she's (literally) holding a bunny she has just miraculously pulled out of her shoe. A trick she's learnt since a she was a year and a half. On the . . .
Next on the list are ceramics with a touch of whimsy. As I always say, we all need some whimsy in our lives - put some of these on your tables & walls and you'll be all set for the day. Introducing...VICKI HARTMAN. Her story: STATEMENT: Ordinary environments are my source of inspiration. Since I was a child, how people create homes has captured me - what we choose . . .
Andy Warhol. We all know him for his Campbell soup cans & pop art but I'm discovering some of his other works little by little. Am particularly taken by my most recent discovery – these sweet illustrations of cakes: These drawings by Warhol and recipes by his friend Suzie Frankfurt were a whimsical take on the haute cuisine cookbooks of the 1950s. The book never quite took off in . . .