These are just a couple of the lovely whimsical kites made by Daniel Frost for The Big Kite Show at SHFT in Copenhagen, Denmark. There are others to see at his blog.
Sibling’s knitwear range for guys is fun. Their zany Scare Isle Knit Monster appears to be just for show. (via KRISATOMIC)
When I was making the seagull skeleton prop recently, a google image search took me to sakurasnow‘s drawing of a seagull skull, and then more generally to her lovely blog. In particular I love her beautiful curiosity cabinet designs. And I think there are some new ones on the way! Occasionally they are available in her Etsy shop, and she is also working with them on fabric.
Eric Testroete, a 3d artist in Vancouver, made this awesome papercraft self-portrait head mask for Halloween last year. If you scroll along at his site you can see the making process. Wouldn’t it be cool to use heads like this in theatre?
I rather like these wallpaper designs from Paper Boy Wallpaper. The hand shadow puppet one comes in inverse colouring, too.
What a great idea! Spanish designer Héctor Serrano has designed these beautiful temporary tattoos that make hands into monster and animal puppets. You can buy them through the gifts company Worldwide. (via Dezeen – funny range of comments there!)
I’m really happy – Yiying Lu sent me one of her cool Fail Whale cards! Here it is with my little sculpture. Thanks so much Yiying :)
Yiying Lu (of fail whale fame) has designed a set of ten beautiful sea creature masks for children for the Sydney Aquarium. Go and look at them, they will make your day better!
The design for Bidja the bunyip, the mascot that I made for the Pacific School Games, was transfered into this soft toy as part of the merchandising for the event.
I snapped this beautifully decorated facade of Cine-Theatre Girondin from the tram in Bordeaux. You can see it in more detail if you click on the largest size at Flickr.