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{Everyday Inspiration} Beach Walkers…

I just read this article in the New Yorker called, “The March of the Sandbeests” by Ian Frazier & wanted to pass it on (thanks for posting this on facebook Lisa!). I’m completely mesmerized by these kinetic, beach walking sculptures & the artist who creates them, Theo Jansen. But my cool discovery didn’t stop there, I learned about Wallace & Gromit’s World of Invention programming as well- which is just grand! Sayer loves Wallace & Gromit– particularly their inventions so this is great programing to know about.  


Hope you are enjoying your long weekend! 

{photo via here}

{Everyday Inspiration} Beach Walkers…

I just read this article in the New Yorker called, “The March of the Sandbeests” by Ian Frazier & wanted to pass it on (thanks for posting this on facebook Lisa!). I’m completely mesmerized by these kinetic, beach walking sculptures & the artist who creates them, Theo Jansen. But my cool discovery didn’t stop there, I learned about Wallace & Gromit’s World of Invention programming as well- which is just grand! Sayer loves Wallace & Gromit– particularly their inventions so this is great programing to know about.  


Hope you are enjoying your long weekend! 

{photo via here}

{fun} colorful contraption…

© Joseph L. Griffiths  {Via Suprbo}

I’d take this Joseph L Griffiths contraption over going to the gym any day. I may have just discovered the answer to the annual conundrum of the exercise to studio time ratio…

{fun} colorful contraption…

© Joseph L. Griffiths  {Via Suprbo}

I’d take this Joseph L Griffiths contraption over going to the gym any day. I may have just discovered the answer to the annual conundrum of the exercise to studio time ratio…

{fun} colorful contraption…

© Joseph L. Griffiths  {Via Suprbo}

I’d take this Joseph L Griffiths contraption over going to the gym any day. I may have just discovered the answer to the annual conundrum of the exercise to studio time ratio…