H20 Architects in Paris, but give me a bigger bed and more closet space integrated into that wall and I'd live in it.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Bryan and I happened upon the Petroff Gallery, which is on Eglinton west of Bathurst, today. They have some pretty amazing glass and other sculptural works there even more of which are on their website.
By Brian Kelk (all glass.. umm.. wow)
By Floyd Elzinga, (giant pine cone!)
By Avner Agayof (traveling menorah)
Monday, April 19, 2010
Comfort, by me
I've always wanted to be a Photoshop pro. Mike told me to colour in Photoshop using the Multiply function in layering, so I tried that with an old drawing. Then I played around with the selective colour. It brings me back to the good old days when I used to make 50 copies of the same photo, just slightly altered each time. ...And just by making it blue, we suddenly have Avatar fan art. Look, they're even glowing! I just need to add some plants and stuff.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
I can't believe that I never knew this site existed. I found it while google-imaging "tent" and ogled a picture of a tent shaped like a car being used for urban camping. Then I found other strange things like this - a tunnel built into a house. You've got to wonder what motivates a person to complete a project like this.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
When Bryan said maybe we could do something with that rose I ripped its head off and stuck a metal shaft between the head and the stem. This prompted the larger project seen below. To make a vase, I wrapped cords around an empty coke bottle and hot glued screws and bits of electronics to it.
Bryan spray painted the rose, stem, and bottle copper.
Then we decided to extend the bottle upwards to merge with the rose, and we made a leaf. The final product is yet to be sprayed.
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