Canadian illustrator and designer Sara Tyson makes the commonplace monumental, abstracting the forms of her subjects into multi-planed geometric solids and rendering them with colors and textures that give them the weight of planets.
Combs have been used by people since ages and probably date back to the Stone Age, when man, for the first time, created a solid tool with teeth, to tame his hair.
Conceived by Charles and Ray Eames, using the moulded plywood technology they had developed for the US navy and air forces during WWII, the Eames “670” chair was launched on Arlene Francis’s Home show on US television network NBC in 1956.
Imagine…the smell of pine trees, the chill in the air, you walk inside your cabin and see a living room of rich earth tones with southwest accents. A leather lounge chair with a southwestern throw, a beautiful wood coffee table, and a rustic area rug pulling it all together.
With the helpful tips you now have plenty of places to find great deals for great looking, yet cheap and stylish pieces of home decor that will not break your budget. If the economy is in a slump, it doesn’t mean that you cannot decorate your home with some new decor.
The history of the teddy bear is a lovely story from President Teddy Roosevelt refusing to shoot a captive bear to Morris Michtom and his wife creating what is now accepted as the first of the modern Teddys’ Bear.
Moxy crochet is the manifestation of a desire to create beautiful, innovative crochet, and to provide employment for special people with creative hands.
Sam Stang is a veteran glassblower whose career as an independent glassblower started in 1983. He does strong and intricate work, with clear evidence of its roots in the Italian tradition of glassblowing. His work is available in many fine galleries throughout the country as well as at his
studio gallery in Augusta, Missouri.
You put your new woolen sweater in a washing machine and it shrinks at least 4 sizes? Hmmm… Not a nice thought, but maybe you can learn something new out of it. That is felting, and, actually, you can create amazing stuff – jewelry, clothing, bags, shoes and nice toys for your child.