Quick Picks – featuring photography of architecture, portraits, wildlife and landscapes

This week I've been drawn to artists in my own field, so this week’s quick pick of internet finds is all about photography. As usual, good things come in threes... There's a vast array of photographers out there at the moment creating some great images. The work of these three has that something extra that… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring photography of architecture, portraits, wildlife and landscapes

Quick Picks – featuring fabric moths, a garden in a ruler, and wire fairies

This week’s quick pick of internet finds is all about sculpture. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ Artist Yumi Okita makes giant fabric moths. Her Etsy shop is closed at the moment so in the meantime you can check out her work via The Jealous Curator. ♥ Designer Norihiko Terayama has some interesting… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring fabric moths, a garden in a ruler, and wire fairies

Quick Picks – featuring thunderstorms captured in lights and photographs, and an oceanic abyss in a table

This week's quick pick of internet finds focuses on the wonders of nature turned into art. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ I will freely admit to having a fascination with interesting lighting. So it's no surprise that this thunderstorm lamp by Richard Clarkson had me quickly scanning for the price. Sadly at… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring thunderstorms captured in lights and photographs, and an oceanic abyss in a table

Quick Picks – featuring old dictionaries, lost photographs and images of fireflies

This week's quick pick of internet finds features things that not only drew my attention, but also captured my imagination. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ This article by James Somers on old vs new dictionaries is just magic. I was inspired to install the 1913 Webster's Dictionary on my phone and am… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring old dictionaries, lost photographs and images of fireflies