Having an imaginary conversation in my head, notice it’s raining outside. Get excited and go out in the yard, realize I ended a conversation abruptly, feel rude. Remember I was just talking to myself anyway, feel better.

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thedancingemu:

I’m moving at the end of summer, at which point my ability to ship products and receive packages will likely be sporadic (read: nonexistent unless I’m visiting home in the USA once or twice per year) due to the country’s rather unreliable postal system.I’d like to be able to continue creating jewelry in my new home, so in the hopes of stocking up on supplies before I leave, I’m running a small kickstarter to raise the funds I need.
If you enjoy my jewelry, and would like to see more from me in the future, please consider backing or sharing my project <3Project link is HERE.


Wow, we are fully funded! Thank you everyone!I still have some stretch goals I’d like to try for, so I’ve added some cool bonus rewards if we hit them! Bonus postcards, sketches, and even free earrings for higher tier backers if we hit the goals I currently have listed.Also added abstract watercolor earrings as a reward or add on. Lots of the jewelry is claimed but I have a few pieces left, as well as lots of postcards and art prints.As I mentioned before, I’ll be moving out of the country soon, and I don’t know if I will be able to ship anything for a while, maybe not for a full year. Now through mid or late August is your last chance to pick up any prints, painting, jewelry, from my store. 
Many of my backer rewards are also reduced from their usual store prices, so if you’re looking for an art print it’s a good place for it. Keep in mind backer rewards include domestic shipping, so they’re a better deal than they appear at first glance.

I’m also running a sale in my store until August! Many items are reduced price until then.

thedancingemu:

I’m moving at the end of summer, at which point my ability to ship products and receive packages will likely be sporadic (read: nonexistent unless I’m visiting home in the USA once or twice per year) due to the country’s rather unreliable postal system.

I’d like to be able to continue creating jewelry in my new home, so in the hopes of stocking up on supplies before I leave, I’m running a small kickstarter to raise the funds I need.

If you enjoy my jewelry, and would like to see more from me in the future, please consider backing or sharing my project <3

Project link is HERE.

Wow, we are fully funded! Thank you everyone!

I still have some stretch goals I’d like to try for, so I’ve added some cool bonus rewards if we hit them! Bonus postcards, sketches, and even free earrings for higher tier backers if we hit the goals I currently have listed.

Also added abstract watercolor earrings as a reward or add on. Lots of the jewelry is claimed but I have a few pieces left, as well as lots of postcards and art prints.

As I mentioned before, I’ll be moving out of the country soon, and I don’t know if I will be able to ship anything for a while, maybe not for a full year. Now through mid or late August is your last chance to pick up any prints, painting, jewelry, from my store. 

Many of my backer rewards are also reduced from their usual store prices, so if you’re looking for an art print it’s a good place for it. Keep in mind backer rewards include domestic shipping, so they’re a better deal than they appear at first glance.

I’m also running a sale in my store until August! Many items are reduced price until then.

devidsketchbook:

CEMENT ECLIPSES @ CHIAPAS MEXICO

Artist Isaac Cordal (tumblr / facebook) - “With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look to the collateral effects of our evolution. With the master touch of a stage director, the figures are placed in locations that quickly open doors to other worlds. The scenes zoom in the routine tasks of the contemporary human being”.

these are so oddly adorable <3

(via fuckyeahillustrativeart)

(Source: louiecyphre, via bogleech)

drovie:

by JessicaMDouglas

HUGE SALE OF MY ART OVER HERE, ORIGINALS AT PRICES YOU DO NOT NORMALLY GET THEM AT

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Reblogging because Jessica’s art is lovely, and these prices are steals.

I&#8217;m moving at the end of summer, at which point my ability to ship products and receive packages will likely be sporadic (read: nonexistent unless I&#8217;m visiting home in the USA once or twice per year) due to the country&#8217;s rather unreliable postal system.I&#8217;d like to be able to continue creating jewelry in my new home, so in the hopes of stocking up on supplies before I leave, I&#8217;m running a small kickstarter to raise the funds I need.
If you enjoy my jewelry, and would like to see more from me in the future, please consider backing or sharing my project &lt;3Project link is HERE.

I’m moving at the end of summer, at which point my ability to ship products and receive packages will likely be sporadic (read: nonexistent unless I’m visiting home in the USA once or twice per year) due to the country’s rather unreliable postal system.

I’d like to be able to continue creating jewelry in my new home, so in the hopes of stocking up on supplies before I leave, I’m running a small kickstarter to raise the funds I need.

If you enjoy my jewelry, and would like to see more from me in the future, please consider backing or sharing my project <3

Project link is HERE.

I am moving at the end of August, after which point my ability to ship artwork to customers will become very sporadic! I am also running a sale in my shop, all originals are reduced price until August 1st, so if you’d like to own one of my originals (or anything else from me), now is a good time to get it!

http://metalkirin.storenvy.com/

antediluvianechoes:

Zhejiangopterus, Julio Lacerda, 2014

The spider is tossed from the tree by a draft and drops from branch to bill. It crawls on the pterosaur’s face for some time, measuring, exploring, testing the sturdiness of the beak’s architecture. Satisfied, it attaches a thread and slowly descends from the bill, drifting in the breeze like a tiny, white pendulum.

Aesop told a story about a gnat and a bull. The first of the two sat upon the horn of the latter like a grain of pollen on a mountain. When the gnat prepared to fly away, it told the bull its intentions and added that it hoped the bull wouldn’t be offended by the sudden departure. “Oh,” said the bull, “I never even knew you were there.”

From our eyes, the sun orbits us, the stars use us as their axis, the universe expands away from we motes and pollens and gnats—seven billion separate realities rotating on as many axles. But we don’t see everything—only our individual points of view. Aesop’s gnat may have been self-important, but it was perceptive enough to know that it was resting on the tip of another living being. Would that we all noticed such relationships. An ant may not know the workings of a gardener, and a gardener not know the operations of an ant. 

So, the spider crawls upon the pterosaur’s face, and the pterosaur feels nothing.

antediluvianechoes:

Zhejiangopterus, Julio Lacerda, 2014

The spider is tossed from the tree by a draft and drops from branch to bill. It crawls on the pterosaur’s face for some time, measuring, exploring, testing the sturdiness of the beak’s architecture. Satisfied, it attaches a thread and slowly descends from the bill, drifting in the breeze like a tiny, white pendulum.

Aesop told a story about a gnat and a bull. The first of the two sat upon the horn of the latter like a grain of pollen on a mountain. When the gnat prepared to fly away, it told the bull its intentions and added that it hoped the bull wouldn’t be offended by the sudden departure. “Oh,” said the bull, “I never even knew you were there.”

From our eyes, the sun orbits us, the stars use us as their axis, the universe expands away from we motes and pollens and gnats—seven billion separate realities rotating on as many axles. But we don’t see everything—only our individual points of view. Aesop’s gnat may have been self-important, but it was perceptive enough to know that it was resting on the tip of another living being. Would that we all noticed such relationships. An ant may not know the workings of a gardener, and a gardener not know the operations of an ant. 

So, the spider crawls upon the pterosaur’s face, and the pterosaur feels nothing.

Added more jewelry to my store, and I have a few slots for custom pendant jewelry commissions:  http://metalkirin.storenvy.com/collections/595240-pendant-jewelry

These photos really don’t do these pendants justice, they are much nicer in hand.

ACEO quickies from a few days ago. 

Random interdimensional something or others cuz why not.

NOTE: Top painting is just a tad smaller than standard ACEO, about 3” x 2.5”

Watercolor, white ink, gel pen and graphite on brown paper.

For sale: 
http://metalkirin.storenvy.com/