I found this rabbit print at Grain Edit. Artist Leandro Castelao lives in Buenos Aires. The Grain Editors describe this piece this way: “The lines look like wires creating some sort of robo bunny with a CD drive on steroids.” Prints of this piece and others are available here.
National Poetry Month begins tomorrow, April 1st, 2010. At Writers in the Schools (WITS) we send out an email with a child’s poem every day for the month. Find out about that and other poetry offerings here.
This is from Geof Huth’s blog DBQP. It’s an alphabet made of winter twigs. In case you don’t know Geof, he’s the EmCee of VisPo.
Interior designers created a noodlesque baroque veil in this lavish Beijing noodle shop. (via Beautiful Life)
Tomorrow is Pearl’s 100th day of school, a big holiday in Kindergarten, I am realizing. She wrote a 100 word poem for the 100 Museum, and I’m going to do one too, although it won’t get to be in any museum. If you’d like join us–and I hope you will–please leave a link in the comment section. Ready? Write.
[photo by Leo Reynolds via flickr]
To review the Big Window archives of writing exercises, click here.
Today I decided to revisit one of my favorite photography blogs, Moodaholic by Kenny Wang of Denmark. Visiting this website always provides a provocative journey.
More wonderfulness by British photographer Andy Bell. Check out his photoblog, Deceptive Media, if you want to get happy.
Have you seen the wondrous new issue of Absent Magazine? Exemplifying said awesomeness, I've re-posted "love Poem" by Lauren Ireland. Also represented in this issue are:
Kim Gek Lin Short
I am not ready for dark dear friend I shout and we walk
I read this post about the newest in watch design on Design Boom. This one is called Sol by Shin Azumi. You can read about an experiment called untrod:
untrod is a project which collaborates with international designers on various project themes – the first theme is 'watch'. designers have been asked to investigate the possibility of
bringing new meanings to the conventional form of a watch. these are the initial design concepts, so only renderings are available for some pieces.
This one has the basic elements of the wrist watch as we know it. Some are much further from the norm. For the complete story, click here.
Evian's newest water bottle grooves, thanks to UK designer Paul Smith. It's a limited edition. via DesignBoom