Monday, April 14, 2008

I am sailing ...




So this is why I've not posted the last week - has completely taken over my life ... its still got a few little details that I'm not done with but I just had to stop at 2 am last night and call it quits. I set them up this morning (same hull, 3 sets of interchangeable sails) so I could practice swapping them - and make sure everything was hunky-dory and take these photos. Its all packed up (dismantleable ... thank goodness!) and I'm off to college to present it in about 10 minutes. Individual crits tomorrow so you'll have to wait till a little after for more better pictures!

Edit: Oh yes... the state of my desk: And thats not even the half of it!



13 comments:

sooziebee said...

Wowsers! These look fab

Tiara said...

You are CRAZY

mark insists I say something nicer. so YAY SIS

hehehe

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Wowza! This is totally bloody brilliant. I want one.

And, it's always so comforting to see a desk that looks a bit like mine.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Oh, somebody else already said Wowza. We did spell it differently though. No doubt mine is the wrong way. Spelling is not my strong point. Or grammar!

Dilkey said...

These are absolutely way beyond my
expectations!! And they are all nice
and dismantable??!! WOW!! Your hand,
and your body must be sore!! Go take
good rest now.I wish I could clear
the desk for you.(whisper)i think i
also want one!!They are so beautiful!
But this one should be yours to keep.

Lindsay said...

Oh you clever person!!!! Your book is AMAZING. I LOVE IT!! The idea of a 3 d book is perfectly amazing. I hope your crit is a huge success. You inspire me!

And the desk shot is priceless. A perfect disaster for a great work of art! Gotta break a few eggs to make an omlet!

Carole said...

That's a book? Wow indeed! what an enormous amount of work, and what a clever idea. I adore the shapes and colours. Hope the presentation and crit went well.

Emma said...

Wow! This is amazing! And I love seeing your desk.

design for mankind. said...

Oh my good gracious--- you are SOMETHING ELSE! :)

suzanne said...

Love them!!!! Totally, totally worth the work...and the messy desk!

Zara said...

This is amazing, great work!

steve said...

Too cool!

sooziebee said...

Hi there

Just a quick note about the Lotta Jansdotter book. It's lovely and covers all kinds of printing in a back to basics, easy to understand way. You prob know the theory but it's such a lovely book to flick through and very inspiring. I would say get one, they are under a tenner from amazon