@Black bird White bird(京都)
2014年8月20日 - 9月7日
Accent your home with a touch of creepiness. Crafted out of ceramic, these planters resemble a human skull and will make a perfect home to your household plants. Sold on Etsy.
Created these updos with copper piping ($1.25 each) from Home Depot! The tutorial is HERE.
"butt trash" (pen & watercolor, 5”x7”)
A couple weeks ago, while getting our 4 year old daughter ready for bed, she got this weird smirk on her face and says “Hey Mom…Dad…Mom…guess what…BUTT TRASH!” and laughed maniacally. We don’t know where it came from, or why, but I felt it my duty as dad to make this for her room. I love you, daughter.
Most of the book’s oversized pages feature a brightly colored letter surrounded by black-and-white images whose common names begin with that letter. This provides a wonderful test of the reader’s recognition and recall, as well as simply being a pleasure to look at.
Unlike cheaper, less reputable alphabet books, all of the nearly 27 letters in A is for Zebra are in their CORRECT order. What’s more, I have worked tirelessly to ensure there is only a single main letter per page, avoiding the countless haphazard letter combinations found in many novels and magazines. My promise to you: If you find even a single letter out of order, I will refund the FULL purchase price.
Later in the book, you will discover I have included a delightful bonus—a comprehensive guide to the previous letter’s images. This is an incredible help for slow-witted or younger readers.
One final note… while it’s true certain LiartownUSA posts have fudged the truth a bit, this is a genuine announcement about a real thing in the real world. Although I have tried to deceive you in the past, that was for your own good, because you were gullible. Think of this post as a trust exercise. Don’t be afraid to slump backwards into my strong, waiting arms. I love you so much right now.
This full-color, 11”x15”, 36-page book is now posted for pre-orders on Kickstarter, if you’d like to get a better look. There are more GIFs and a short, inspirational video that reiterates much of what I’ve said here, with additional explosions and dramatic music.
Heartbreaking photos show the first day back to school in Gaza. Many students did not return.
(Photo Credit: Shehab News Agency)
I think our main concern should be that there are 8-year-old girls whose faces show just how traumatic and exhaustive this conflict is.
evidently, i took this 7 years ago but i can’t believe i would forget taking such a beautiful photo.