1976 Airstream, renovated by me and viscousvices
Damn that took forever.
You are amazinggggggg.
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
These are based on the beautiful botanical tattoos of Kirsten Holliday (kirstenmakestattoos).
Norwich pattern books
These happy-looking books from the 18th century contain records. Not your regular historical records - who had died or was born, or how much was spent on bread and beer - but a record of cloth patterns available for purchase by customers. They survive from cloth producers in Norwich, England, and they are truly one of a kind: a showcase of cloth slips with handwritten numbers next to them for easy reference. The two lower images are from a pattern book of the Norwich cloth manufacturer John Kelly, who had such copies shipped to overseas customers in the 1760s. Hundreds of these beautiful objects must have circulated in 18th-century Europe, but they were almost all destroyed. The ones that do survive paint a colourful picture of a trade that made John and his colleagues very rich.
Ann Arbor, Michigan-based artist Susan McLeary creates exquisite pieces of one-of-a-kind living jewelry using small succulent plants mounted on bronze bases. Each piece can be worn for 3-4 weeks, after which the plants may be gently removed from their bases and planted in a pot or garden.
Visit the PassionflowerToWear Etsy shop to view more of McLeary’s beautiful botanical jewelry.
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Paul Cumbie, Doll House, 1883 | Modeled after the Vanderbilt mansion at 660 Fifth Ave, New York
We indulge ourselves.