Thursday, July 29, 2010

Negative Space Drawing

This is the training to see the space between the objects. It took while to see the space clearly. The power of seeing things not exit there!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Drawing class

I joined Mike's art class tonight and did some drawing. I really enjoyed it! Sent from Ako's iPhone

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Glebe Markets

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She loves my fried eggcoaster

It was wonderful sunny day. A perfect weather for the markets. I haven't done the markets this year until today. It took a little while to get used to setting up and tidying up. I had a wonderful neighbours who helped me a lot when I needed to nip out for bathroom or coffee. I sold enough to cover the markets fee and a little income. The most important thing was meeting wonderful people and let them know my products. Some kids were great they have a great imagination and their reactions to my products are inspiring. The end of the day I was very tired physically but I really enjoyed and can't wait for the next markets! Thank you all who came and touched my fried egg coasters and especially i thank you who purchased my products. xxx

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Crochet Smart

I wonder if my Rav4 likes the crochet look like that....?

via MAKE Magazine by Becky Stern on 12/07/10


Magda Sayeg of KnittaPlease created this Smart car's crochet cover as part of Il Lusso Essenziale, a Roman arts festival. [via CRAFT]


Gas-station cozy!

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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Pencil iPad stand

I am not sure if I am going to make it for my iPad.... but I like the idea.

via MAKE Magazine by Adam Flaherty on 9/07/10


Being able to tear down a project into reusable components is always a plus. If you can save yourself from purchasing a $30 paperweight or wasting perfectly good materials on something that will ultimately make it into the waste bin, all the better, right? That's why I like Julian Horsey's Pencil iPad Stand. It's just six pencils and four rubber bands. Presumably, when you're done watching a movie or playing PvZ, you can break it down and tuck it away into a pencil box. [via Geeky Gadgets]

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