Sunday, 10 April 2011

Kimono Project Blog Tour

Do you want to see the rest of the Reincarnated Kimono Project? Then pop over to Kimono Reincarnate to take the Blog Tour and to read the inspiration behind each artist's piece. I really enjoy learning the design and thought process of others.

'Blooms at Midnight' kanzashi flowers by Melanie Gray Augustin.

'Origami Atlas Beetles' by Gill Pyke.

Of course, these pieces are even more spectacular if you can view them in person. The exhibition is on at Hanasho until April 30th.

Am I the only one who is finding images disappearing from their blog posts? Blogger is driving me crazy this week.

Images are courtesy of Melanie Gray Augustin.


Le said...

hello lovlet thea .. thanks for showcsing this for us out of towners - I find it very inspiring ... best le xox

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi dear Thea
the project looks fascinating... very pretty.. I must check it out..

So.. two more things.. You've been losing images? That happens to me when I delete the wrong ones from my picasa albums..

and.. that accommodation in your last post!! fabulous,.. I'll be keen to here.. I love the look of the place and was in Noosa last Nov and fell in love with that whole area.. I know you must be itching for a break... hope this means hubby is home and well..

Have a great sunday.. thanks for your kind words my way... ciao xxxx Julie

the old boathouse said...

Hey Thea, I loved what Jetta's Nest many creative folk!! Hope you are having a nice Sunday, cheers Katherine

Theodora quilts said...

I love this project ,so many talented ladies ,I have been following along and admiring all of the projects,xoxo theodora

Claudia Lane said...

The more I see it the more I like it! Very inspiring to say the least. Hope you're having a great w/end Thea
Claudia xo

Tiff said...

This project just looks so amazing, thanks for the links! X

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