Mofs are live!
My show was today so now I can sell them yay! I have confusingly numbered the photos so you can see which is which (put simply 1=green, 2= yellow, 3=orange, 4=purple and 5=white).
Some have stories…
The green one was an experiment with wing shape! When I get the moth designer game up and running you will be able to choose the shape of the bottom wing and then drag-n-drop designs onto them.
The yellow one was supposed to be a Rosy Maple Moth and I tried to be Clever with the wings. Hm! Turned out cute though.
The white one is intended to look like a Giant Leopard Moth! It even has iridescent sparkly green black spots on its head, like a real Giant Leopard Moth. Nice!
Alright well there’s a bit more technical info in the Etsy listing if you’re interested. Really, all you need to know is that they’re cute and adorable and handmade and really squashy. Yup!
11:48 pm • 28 March 2013 • 2,206 notes
Thanks to medical illustrator Emily Evans I can now integrate two of my most favorite passions: hist-ology and pie-ology.
See more of Emily’s beautiful work here
Oh and while you are at it check out her other site Anatomy UK
Anatomy UK is a site run by Emily to reflect anatomical creativity both in the UK and worldwide. The new exciting creative ideas emerging that have been inspired by anatomy are continually pushing the boundaries of how we perceive it…. it’s no longer just for the academics.
I emphasized that last part. Spread the word. Histology is growing. Heart it.
9:15 pm • 3 February 2013 • 3,124 notes
This design concept by Jess Griffin and Jim Termeer is a cutting board with an embedded scale in a circular area on its right half, telling you the exact weight of those ingredients you’re about to place into your recipe or on your plate.
4:16 pm • 3 September 2012 • 908 notes
Datamancer’s Steampunk Laptop
This may look like a Victorian music box, but inside this intricately hand-crafted wooden case lives a Hewlett-Packard ZT1000 laptop that runs both Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux. It features an elaborate display of clockworks under glass, engraved brass accents, claw feet, an antiqued copper keyboard and mouse, leather wrist pads, and customized wireless network card. The machine turns on with an antique clock-winding key by way of a custom-built ratcheting switch made from old clock parts.
11:10 pm • 5 March 2012 • 60,510 notes
Tea Accessory of the Day: “Tea Rex” as its name suggests is a T. rex-shaped tea infuser that’s perfect for both tea lovers and dinosaur aficionados.
So, basically everybody.
Preordering is available now through fred flare. Ships February 27.
(Source: thedailywhat, via smooshless)
11:48 pm • 28 December 2011 • 8,984 notes