2.27.2008

pushed under.



Pushed Under is the official website of phenomenal Amy Earlies from Etsy shoppe Wool & Water. And to be totally honest, I could write like ten different posts on how fascinating this work in, but I won't, b/c I'd get carpal tunnel syndrome or something like that.



Anyway, these images pretty much speak for themselves, so I refuse to add fluff to the functional.



Ok wait--- one fluff comment. Do you REALIZE how much talent lies in this piece? Gracious. My knees are a bit wobbly, and I'm not even standing up.



Click here for more info on Pushed Under, or order a print from their Etsy shop right here. Decisions, decisions!!!

11 comments:

Marilyn said...

These are just darling!

design for mankind. said...

Aren't they?!

littlemithi said...

Wow! How come I haven't come across her before??!! thanks so much for that ... I'm off to get a tissue to wipe the drool off the keyboard now ...

design for mankind. said...

hahahah... you're so cute, littlemithi!

christine said...

I can say from first-hand experience that her work is just as, if not even more, lovely and amazing in person. My husband Rama was kind (and smart) enough to commission her to make paper dolls for our 1st anniversary last year. They are stunning, and I will cherish them forever and ever!

design for mankind. said...

SHUT UP! CHRISTINE--- THOSE ARE FABULOUS!!!!

Can you have your husband call my husband??? :)

painted fish studio said...

amazing!

christine: wow. that's got to be the best anniversary present ever!

Esti said...

Wow, I'm smitten by her work. I never thought I'd see my kinda wolfman displayed as that! And the other pieces are fabulous! I'm speechless

design for mankind. said...

Seriously, Esti-- I know Michael J. Fox is dreamy and all, but that's MY kinda teen wolf.

Prêt à Voyager said...

These are great!

Anne

design for mankind. said...

I know; they totally make me swoon.

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

2.27.2008

pushed under.



Pushed Under is the official website of phenomenal Amy Earlies from Etsy shoppe Wool & Water. And to be totally honest, I could write like ten different posts on how fascinating this work in, but I won't, b/c I'd get carpal tunnel syndrome or something like that.



Anyway, these images pretty much speak for themselves, so I refuse to add fluff to the functional.



Ok wait--- one fluff comment. Do you REALIZE how much talent lies in this piece? Gracious. My knees are a bit wobbly, and I'm not even standing up.



Click here for more info on Pushed Under, or order a print from their Etsy shop right here. Decisions, decisions!!!

11 comments:

Marilyn said...

These are just darling!

design for mankind. said...

Aren't they?!

littlemithi said...

Wow! How come I haven't come across her before??!! thanks so much for that ... I'm off to get a tissue to wipe the drool off the keyboard now ...

design for mankind. said...

hahahah... you're so cute, littlemithi!

christine said...

I can say from first-hand experience that her work is just as, if not even more, lovely and amazing in person. My husband Rama was kind (and smart) enough to commission her to make paper dolls for our 1st anniversary last year. They are stunning, and I will cherish them forever and ever!

design for mankind. said...

SHUT UP! CHRISTINE--- THOSE ARE FABULOUS!!!!

Can you have your husband call my husband??? :)

painted fish studio said...

amazing!

christine: wow. that's got to be the best anniversary present ever!

Esti said...

Wow, I'm smitten by her work. I never thought I'd see my kinda wolfman displayed as that! And the other pieces are fabulous! I'm speechless

design for mankind. said...

Seriously, Esti-- I know Michael J. Fox is dreamy and all, but that's MY kinda teen wolf.

Prêt à Voyager said...

These are great!

Anne

design for mankind. said...

I know; they totally make me swoon.