9/30/09

Rolling in the random - belated RTT

Dang! I am so behind this week, I'm posting Random Tuesday today.

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If you are behind the times, like me, or just need some chaos in your life, click the button & go see what the followers of The Grand Un-Mom have been up to lately.

In the meantime, I need to siphon off some spare brainwaves so here we go:

My 5 yr old wants to live off of bread & butter. Love to see his reaction if he found this "state fair butter sculpture" on his toast!


Did you ever see The Devil & Daniel Johnston (2005)? A thought provoking documentary. You can find out more about his music & drawings on his website hihowareyou.com. Now someone has made an Iphone game based on his world. (Personally, I've got mixed feelings about this.)

Love this: "In 1986 Peter had the idea of growing a chair."

photo borrowed from pooktre tree shapers

Doesn't it sound like a great start to a fairy tale? It's from the Pooktre Tree Shapers website. Very interesting stuff - worth checking out.

Actually, it would be a good opening line for a book from the Memorable Children's Books and Gifts Company. I found these guys while I was poking around The Mom Blogger's Club. MCB&G hosts kid's book giveaways too.

Seems like a lot of people I know are having babies lately. Found them some random drawings over at Unique Baby Gear Ideas: A chance to win Maternity clothes & Baby shoes

Okay enough baby-talk. Lets talk talent!

Tom Banwell's incredible Underground Explorer helmet has been picked by the Museum of the History of Science (Oxford) to advertise their October-Feb. Steampunk Exhibition. Congrats, Tom! By the way, if you want an amazing mask this Halloween, stop by Tom's Etsy Shop.


This sound like such a fun show. Check out the exhibition's blog for a clickable list of artists involved in the show & some cool pics. I see that the talented Daniel Proulx of Catherinette Rings is on the list too! Looks like a great lineup.


Shifting gears again - my 5 yr old is crushing me in Gran Turismo...

Have you seen the art of Sarah Fishburn? She calls her art "Mixed Media Narrative" Very fitting & very cool! The above link is to her elaborate website - chock full of arty goodness. You can also see what she's up to on her blog, ragtagsf.blogspot.com

Oh I almost forgot the Mix It Up With Melange art challenge prompt is Gateway. Click through sometime this week & add a link to your mixed media interpretation. While you are there see what other folks have come up with.

P.S last chance to enter tomorrow's random drawing for a print of Amber Freeman's drawing, Little Gift. Just leave a comment here before noon (EST) 10/1 to enter. Details & pics of Amber's art can be found here.

Well, gotta run. The to-do list beckons. I have a theory.... I think it grows while I am sleeping.

12 comments:

  1. I'm completely baffled by everything in this post. Now I'm off to see whether baffled is a good or bad thing when one is trying to go to sleep ;)

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  2. Love Thomas Banwell's stuff. Great post!

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  3. Stacey, you are such a instigator and enabler! :)

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  4. the butter thing is way cool! and the chair- amazing! i like people who think out of the box! just like u my dear! just like u!

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  5. MAN what a cool cool chair! I wonder how they shape those trees?

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  6. Oooh! The Devil and Daniel Johnson is in my Netflix que- can't wait to watch it!

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  7. So many interesting links here girl! Thank you... That chair is just wonderful...what a clever man...

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  8. Hey! what's up?
    Tom's Easy shop sounds like fun!!


    Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Excellently random! And I immediately sent the tree link to three people.

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  10. Lately I can't even seem to get an RTT post together! Yours was the definition of random. And I completely agree with you about that to-do list. Mine tripled last night!

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  11. What great stuff in this post! So many cool things to find!

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  12. I love that tree chair!!!! So cool!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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