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babyology has always been good to draw! pilgrim (click over and say hi) and i’m happy to share with you their fabulous bugaboo donkey charity auction.
by auctioning off the very first Aernout Dijkstra-Hellinga signed bugaboo donkey pram in the world, babyology are raising funds for (Bugaboo)RED a charity that has already provided vital medication to over 70,000 pregnant women. with more than one thousand children born HIV-positive every day, bugaboo is committed to reduce this figure to zero in 2015 and realizing an AIDS free generation.
via the always awesome martin klasch
i’ve been sick in bed for almost a week. its some kind of nasty virus. there was a fever and chills and a lot of sleeping and i basically felt like someone came and drained all the ‘pilgrim’ outta me. thankfully a few days in bed and a quick spin through the internet invigorated me. oh and i just had some pizza which really seemed to help!
so if you’re feeling a bit shabby too, why not check out these groovy things and see if it makes you feel better too!
death and tooth decay by Marcooooooo
go and listen to ponponpon by kyary pamyu pamyu right now! don’t try and understand it, just love it!
soak in the saturated landscapes by Fumio Watanabe.
phil kirkland, for Developmental Psychology Today (1971)
a very groovy rod mckuen album cover, from my new favoritest blog groove is in the art.
“in memory of life, the wonder & the pain of it, & the unspeakable worthwhileness of every second of it”
The Magic Box By Joseph Pintauro
@Home in the garden of e-den, image by flickr user avadarlene
so, please don’t yell at me, but i’m going to have to skip 7by7 again this week because the weather’s turned here and i’m a busy working beaver. i’m quite sure no one wants to see 3 months of photos of my desk, so while i’ll do intermittent 7by7′s, for now its no longer a weekly thing. instead i’ll mix it up a bit and maybe find a new groove, but for today i thought i’d share a few cool links i’ve come across recently.
When the dew children awake from their afternoon nap, the flowers begin to glitter, by flickr user smallandround
i don’t ride a bike, but if i did it would have to look like this remixed ‘art bike’
my fascination with california still hasn’t withered, and this old map from the 20s (from the book the american film industry by tino balio) has only inspired me to explore more. it was used by the studios for location shoots and the diversity of california’s landscape was what helped it to become the epicentre for movie makers.
yesterday grain edit blew. my. mind. i’ve seen peter petrake by miguel calatayud before but this book is incredible. its pretty much how i need my environment to look. so if someone could make that happen, i’d be very grateful.
i’m not a wedding dress girl, but this dress makes me rethink weddings, doilies, and colored underskirts. phew. too much thinking! i need a lie down.
two of my favourite words: retro fonts. yes please.
take a look at the charming vintage illustration work of naiad and walter einsel
and lastly, be mesmerized by the kaleidoscopic lumière brother’s hand colored film of ‘the serpentine dance’
Alexander Girard (1907–1993) is one of the greatest colorists, pattern makers, environmental and exhibition designers of the 20th century. Hired by Herman Miller in1952, he led the company’s textile division where he brought color and life to the modern furniture creations of George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames.