The nice thing about not blogging so regularly (sorry everyone) is that when I do there is lots of cool stuff to show you. I hope you enjoy this jumble of awesome things. Two splendid ladies from the 1920′s A … Continue reading
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The work of Andrea Galvani makes me want to take up horse riding. But only on horses with balloon heads.
I remember when I was ten every girl I knew either liked horses or dolphins. They had themed parties, posters on their walls and other horse/dolphin related accessories. I felt bad saying that I preferred the more odd looking animals. … Continue reading