Monthly Archives: November 2011

Wooden type collages

I love wooden type, and anything to do with old printing techniques and methods. One of my favourite places to visit is The Print Museum in Beggars Bush in Dublin. Here you can not only see but touch and play … Continue reading

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lightbulb moment

Skinflint is a new pop-up pizza restaurant in Crane Lane set up by the creators of CrackBird and JoBurger. They are currently giving away free meals on twitter ( follow them at @skinflintDUBLIN ) and after a rave review from … Continue reading

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Bathroom for baby

Well I should really explain the title of this post. Firstly, I am currently 26 weeks pregnant (nearly 27) and I have a serious case of maternal nesting. Our house to-do list has doubled in size in the past few … Continue reading

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tree of life

From a distance this is a lovely simple graphic print… But look closer… It’s made up of tiny animals! We don’t have a TV so perhaps I’m starved of entertainment, but I could stare at this for hours! Pre-order a … Continue reading

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Wonderfully wooden

I was doing a little research a while ago for my husband who is great at carpentry and wood turning. He was looking for type made from wood. I stumbled across these beautiful sculptural pieces by Brian Andrews. Brian is … Continue reading

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Matilda the Musical

I was a huge Roald Dahl fan growing up (except for the Witches – far too scary!) so it’s no surprise that these posters for Matilda the Musical by Andrew Bannecker caught my eye. What do you think? Is it … Continue reading

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A Stamp a Day

I love this wall planner from Present & Correct. You tear off a stamp everyday and watch the year disappear – what a clever idea! share on

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