Friday, 30 April 2010

new work: simplify tee

simplify tee

It's been a while since I designed a t-shirt, but the other day I had the idea of a blank rubik's cube. So here it is - our simplify tee. Available in our redbubble store.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

new work: tree of love tshirt

Now its a tshirt! Yeay! Available in our redbubble store

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

something new...

I'm so pleased with my latest wedding invite design I have to share... he he

Available over on 'i do' it yourself

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

doggie style

Our four legged friends have been strutting their stuff on the catwalks of New York as part of the Fashion Institute of Technology's annual Pet Fahion Show. And don't they look gorgeous, not to mention happy! Must be the first time the catwalks of NY fashion week have seen such cheerful and well fed models...

Pics via Maria Clare

Saturday, 17 April 2010

doggie wash

Happy weekend everyone. I'll be washing the dog - perhaps not like this though.

Elena Vizerskaya from istock

Friday, 16 April 2010

volcanic sunsets

Flights are delayed all over the place as the volcano in Iceland creates major disruptions. But it does have its benefits - beautiful sunsets are being caused by all the ash in the atmosphere at the moment. This is one of my favourite pics, check out flickr for more.

Monday, 12 April 2010

let me eat cake

It was hubbies birthday on the weekend so I tried out one of the chocolate cake recipes from the latest Donna Hay magazine and it turned out really well. Scampi was certainly very interested in getting his piece of cake. Sorry munchkin, no chocolate for doggies.

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

dolan geiman

Every now and then I come across a style of work that really makes me stop in my tracks. I just love the beautiful and inspiring blog and gorgeous etsy shop of Dolan Geiman - contempory art with a southern accent.

Monday, 5 April 2010

there's no place like wellington

I'm absolutely positively loving the new tourism campaign for Wellington at the moment. So much work must have gone into it creating fabric miniatures of the Wellington region and landmarks. Very clever. Watch the video here.