Friday, July 31, 2009

Amazing Craftsmanship

I am blown away by the patience and the amazing level of craft that went into the completion of this project...I can't help but feel like a slacker! You can see more of John Carrera's work here

Pictorial Webster's: Inspiration to Completion from John Carrera on Vimeo.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Creepy Good

I am a huge fan of Jennifer Angus. As a textile designer, I love her use of pattern and the insects that she uses are such beautiful curiosities of nature.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

My Dream Studio

Whoa...this must be the most whimsical, magical artist studio I've ever seen! Click here to see more.

via knick knacks & ric rac

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Paper Engineering at it's Finest!

An art student in Tokyo, Japan spent 4 years creating this amazing paper instillation. Wow...I wish I had that kind of patience! Click here to see more.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Tiny Art

My first group art show in Seattle is coming up July 18th at Gossamer Collective. The show is called "Miniature Art IV:Red". All of the work is itty-bitty; 4"x4" or smaller. My submission is called "a little thing".

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Farewell California & Hello Molnaria!

It's been an epic saga getting out of California. We just made our final trip to get the last of our stuff; mostly very heavy equipment such as Geoff's vertical mill and my printing press. We spent 5 days sorting, packing and loading everything. Friday afternoon we were ready to go! We went to the weigh station only to learn that our load was WAY too heavy, so we went back, unpacked, ditched several thousand pounds worth of stuff. By 10:00 pm we were ready to go (again). We stopped at a rest stop in N. CA and slept in the truck for 3 hours then continued on. In Oregon, as we were coming down the Willamette Pass, the brakes failed! We pulled over safely and after an hour or two Geoff had the breaks working again. We crept along at 15 mph until we were at the bottom of the mountain. Geoff spent another couple of hours working on the truck. It was late and we were hungry. We managed to find a McDonald's that was open...but only the drive through. The truck with the trailer wouldn't fit, so we walked through. After dinner we slept in the truck again. The next day we made it to Vancouver, WA where my Uncle Mark and his family live. We showered and slept in beds. It was awesome! Geoff spent the next day, yeah that's right, working on the truck. Back on the road Monday...and Monday night around 9:00 pm we were home!

Thursday, May 28, 2009


My multi-talented brother, Scott Edwards, took these awesome pictures in PA .

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Adam Wallacavage

I can already envision my future home with one of these amazing chandeliers in the dining room, one in the library and one in the ballroom! You can see more here.

via inventorspot

Friday, May 22, 2009

Olympic Hot Springs

Living on the Olympic Penninsula is so idyllic; the natural beauty is breathtaking and since 90% of it is either National Forest or National'll stay that way! One of my absolute favorite spots is the Olympic Hot Springs. After a mellow 2 mile hike in, you arrive at the rustic hot springs that are dug out of the side of the mountain. (Also, it's free and never crowded.)

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Tone Matrix

While enjoying my morning coffee, I discovered the Tone Matrix via Think or Thwim. This is a great way to kill some time and uncover your inner musical genius.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Another reason to love Port Townsend

The Port Townsend Brewery is downright awesome...they have a dozen or so delicious beers on tap plus a couple of seasonal brews and in warmer weather they open up their beer garden and have live music two nights a week. What could be better?

Thursday, May 7, 2009

More Amazing Art

Zelda Devon is an illustrator based out of Brooklyn, New York. She does a beautiful job of combining grit and whimsy.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I am such a novice at this!

Ok, bad form...I know. I found this amazing sculpture the other day, but forgot to make a note of who made it. Anyways, I just LOVE it and if it's your's or if you know who made it let me know.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

The Roundhouse

After spending 5 years living in an Airstream trailer, we have moved into (drumroll please...)


It's definitely an unusual house...I have the feeling we're not allowed to live in a conventional dwelling, and that's OK by us.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Airstream of the Future!

I love this fancy, newfangled Airstream! It's a collaboration between Airstream and Mini-Cooper. You can see more at Cool Hunting.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

This is my first blog post and I feel like I should have something really momentous to say, but I'm having writer's I'll just share this cool picture that I found at Think or Thwim.
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