Sunday, February 28, 2016

The Week Links: 91

Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week. Earlier posts in the series can be found here.

And here is Week 91...


1. These Machine Mad days. Have you seen this vintage wallpaper-making video going around?


2. Did you know that MoMA has launched a free (as long as you do not want a certificate), online photography class?


3. Want to know how Gwen Lafleur made this stunning reliquary? Follow along step-by-step here.


4. 16 designers share their favorite notebooks.


5. Top 10 art journaling tools from Somerset Place. Thrilled that my stamp line is included.


6. 10 artists who contemporize the ancient craft of embroidery, including Izziyana Suhaimi.


7. Came across two older blog posts (1 and 2) highlighting the work of Miroslav Tichy, a Czech photographer that took surreptitious photos using cameras handmade from found objects. Love his photos but love his cameras even more.

10 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

AWESOME links!!!

Buttons said...

As ever a superb mix of links. Off to look at the photography course! Jenny x

Shelby Pizzarro said...

Loved the wallpaper making video. Wonder where these craftsmen and women are now! Thanks for sharing it!

Maria Luisa- scrap said...

Muchas gracias , muy lindos los videos!!

Gwen Lafleur said...

Wonderful collection of posts, as always! Thanks so much for including the link to my reliquary tutorial!

Jo Murray said...

Who'd've thought I'd find embroidery fascinating? It's a revelation to see some ordinary things in a new light....cameras as well.

Sharon Y said...

Enjoyed this weeks links, especially the embroidery. Amazed at the intricate artistry. Thanks for keeping us inspired and fascinated.

elle said...

Oh boy! Links on the links! Good stuff!

Cindy said...

Loved looking at the cameras and the photos of Tichy. Beautiful! Especially the cameras! Thank you.

Zue said...

Just left you a comment on the wrong post.
Wanted to say thanks for the info on MOMA ......it's a brilliant little course.
:)