“When you fail to reach your goal, simply get a ladder and climb to it.”
I couldn’t build a tree house for my son, so I built him a broccoli house instead.
These colorful mazes aren’t illustrations or paintings - they’re photos shot through a microscope.
Fabian Oefner mixed watercolor and ferrofluid and placed it in an electromagnetic field to create patterns. It’s the iron in the ferrofluid that makes the black lines that separate the colors.
This really is incredibly clever. The chairs are a simple wooden folding variety and are not permanently affixed to the wall. Yet when opened they stabilize, hold boxes of loose articles and are the perfect width from the wall to hang even the most bulky of garments.
The entire article Re-Thinking Furniture: Innovative Design Explorations by Yi Cong Lu from Core77 is a good read and full of clever designs.
A no-straw splatter look! I used pieces of spongelike packing foam that came with some (probably nail polish) package I got in the mail. Resourcefulness rules!
Base colors are Zoya Charisma and RBL: IKB: 2012.
Hand Model Mom is going on a cruise soon, so she asked me to give her a Gelish manicure so she doesn’t have to worry about chips until she comes back home again. We chose a nautical theme that wasn’t too out there in case she decides to go to the dressier dinners, but still fun enough for her to feel like she’s got proper nail art on her fingers.