Happy Songkram, Pesach, Easter or whichever holiday you’re celebrating these days. Here’s my entry for Paula’s challenge. Can you see how shiny it is? It’s because it’s a brand new photo. Shot it last night.
My entry for this weeks photo challenge: Anticipation
Edit: Here’s a lullaby to go with it.
Kjærlighet is the Norwegian word for love (this coffee cup is designed by the Cardinal himself).
It’s always nice with a cup of coffee before you set out on a new quest…
I usually forget to join Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness posts, but not this time!
This skull is filled with vodka and it’s pretty cool.
Do you want to see the colour version of this? Check out my other blog: https://artishorseshit.wordpress.com/2016/09/22/vodka-skull/
Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness: http://leannecole.com.au/mm-3-23-monochrome-madness/
For some years I’ve been thinking about printing my own designs on t-shirts and things like that, but I’ve never gotten around to actually doing anything about it until yesterday, when Allan (themofman) left a comment in my blog and indirectly gave me the little push that I needed (thank you Allan).
So far I’ve only uploaded two versions of the same design: one with black & one with white text, but I’ll be adding more stuff later.
I’m not sure if it’s possible to change the language, region and currency to your preference (I’d be grateful for some feedback on that), but feel free to browse my shop.
Norwegian shop (NOK):
At school our teacher told us to play with fonts and gave us an assignment: replace one of the letters in any chosen word, with a symbol. (Yes, it was art school). Kjærlighet is what I came up with. «Kjærlighet» is the Norwegian word for “Love“.
Ink/pen on paper.