Wednesday, 4 November 2009

In progress



Envelopes, Kristiina Lahde - via bookhou journal

25 comments:

Merlijne said...

wow... inspiring camilla!

fanny said...

I can't wait to see more. it's so inspiring to discover your work in progress.

karin said...

it looks great, Camilla!

marie said...

beautiful wall!

Nora Ringo said...

so lovely! <3

Kayleigh said...

this is really nice, i want to see it in real life ha.

Alexandra Hedberg said...

för utställningen?

sunkentreasure said...

Wauw I would like to see those parts come together. They already look so nice.

Katrina said...

so pretty...

amy said...

what a beautiful wall!

Lovely World said...

Hmmm. I like this little (not so little) display. An interesting assortment.

POP LIFE said...

nice wall, like in a tale
thank you, as always, for interesting links

(ciao morran*)

inge marie paule said...

arty playgarden to look at for hours

asphaltandair said...

a most inspiring collection indeed!
beautiful.
and a very good reminder that visual people need to have their beloved things out and around and not hidden away in a drawer.
they take on new lives when they are pinned up on a wall.
it makes material for dreaming and story-telling.

trinsch said...

i could loom at all the little things and details for hours. love it!

avoa said...

biutivul

andrea tachezy said...

I like, I like :-)

o l y said...

oh dear camilla, you can do magic !!!!!!!
this is so so so beautiful !!!!!!

:)

alessandra taccia said...

GRAZIE Camilla, lovely images as always! By the way my little daughter loves to look at Morran's pictures :)

evelise said...

Très beau...!
I like this !

Duermevela said...

wow... I find that your inspiration is yet an artwork.

Fruenswerk said...

I love it :)
Hope your on your feet again from sickness ;) hugs

debi van zyl said...

beautiful progress. the unfinished is sometimes hard to complete when it looks so lovely as is.

Melanie said...

wow! this is beautiful. i love it!

Jacqueline Bos said...

this is absolutely breathtaking, love the way all the items interact with each other! beautiful!