Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Monday, April 29, 2013
Once you have you plates, and tea cups, and shower curtains, you'll obviously need these salt and pepper shakers from Modcloth.com. That's right, just one more step in out goal to make sure you have the ability to theme your household. Maybe hang some blue chiffon curtains like ocean waves and put some seaweed valances up and your set!
Friday, February 1, 2013
Well no, I apologize, that was a long pause. Time to try and play some catch up - especially with emails! In fact, here's one to start with.
A friend sent me a link to this recently and I thought 'now where have I seen that before?'. Well it turns out that Sourpuss Clothing - the folks responsible for this delightful bathroom accessory - sent us an email a ways back with a whole series of tentacled products they offer.
You can get your very own shower curtain on their website. Now all we need is an octopus bathmat and we're set!
Monday, August 20, 2012
by Emily Peters
And while we're talking about knitting, we'd like to call your attention to the fact that one of the patterns listed yarns is by, appropriately enough :
There logo alone is enough to garner our affections!
Friday, May 18, 2012
I came across this gorgeous illustration on Tumblr--it was originally posted by Vanitas, though I stumbled on it via Scientific Illustration (a really great place to find very, very cool pictures for those of us who like our art with a dose of science). The only information provided is that it's by Katy Wiedemann, titled "Locomotion of the Octopus vulgaris," and is an illustration for the Narragansett Bay Audubon Society. Further poking about suggests it's probably by this Katy Wiedemann, a student at Rhode Island School of Design, who is also styrofoam-SKELLETON on deviantArt (though that particular illustration isn't included in either of her online portfolios).
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Ray Troll, an Alaskan artist best known for his fish and palaeontology t-shirt designs, has posted his new 2012 designs on his website, and six of the eight have a cephalopod on them somewhere.
As someone who likes tattoos as well as cephs, this one's my favorite: