Sunday, August 06, 2006

Weaving flowers

35 comments:

  1. This is too cool. It has the same energy as a Keith Haring.

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  2. love the idea as much as the execution.........

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  3. could anything be more fun than having the opportunity to look at one excellent design after another?

    i am a writer, and not yet able to competently add even basic pictures to my blog (yet)!, but through you and the i.f. artists, i steal moments of my weekend tovisit this incredible artistry.

    !

    kj

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  4. Happy happy happy metaphor.
    Could also work for stars...

    It's always interesting at the edges of things.

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  5. Hi Willie,

    This illustration is very cool!

    I like your artwork

    My best form Rio,

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  6. Ooooooooh, how kewl! Love it :-)
    And those Idaho pics are AMAZING...my bottom jaw is still on the floor!

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  7. oh i love this little piece, delightful

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  8. I weave nor knit,
    cut nor snip,
    I am a tabula rasa.
    Help required.

    Me likes the colours in this. And the tiny flowers

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  9. lovely use of colour and line!

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  10. This is so beautiful!!!! It makes me happy just to look at:)

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  11. Thanks for all the help with my blog!

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  12. what a fun weave of color.

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  13. Mr. Baronet,
    We of Globalmungus Pictures are interested in using this artwork to promote our newest direct-to-video film "Attack Of The Potholders."
    Please let us know your rate.

    Thank you,
    Mustard X. Paintjob
    Director of Important Things

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  14. hey! the weave pattern has been my favourite doodle since i was a kid! why isn't my weaving as pretty as yours??!!

    hugs!

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  15. This is fun...love the colors dude!!!

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  16. really wonderful!

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  17. I love this. Any chance I could buy a print?

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  18. love it! and how nice to read about you at the blog reader. very very nice! (great photo too!)

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  19. I see a colorful bug actually. I bet he's a blogreader too.

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  20. man, how do you take something so SIMPLE and make it so BEAUTIFUL? awesome!

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  21. I love it when you surprise us with color.

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  22. hi willie,
    thanks for the fun comment on my bats....i felt so horrible after posting
    that image and story, because i look like such a monster! but i left it
    and braced myself for a stern talking-to by someone!

    anyway, my bad deed hasn't gone unnoticed....now we have many bats! and we
    really can't get rid of them until the end of the month when all the
    babies are up and flying (preferably outdoors!).

    anyway, the real reason i am here: any special inspiration for the woven
    flowers post? i love it completely, and just wondered where it came from
    (don't know if a thing like that can be explained, but it stands out in a
    different way than your other work)

    take care
    leigh
    tried to email you directly, but it got sent back to me

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  23. now this....this I like! I don't know what it means, but I just love it!

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  24. A very creative piece, I like :)

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  25. You wanted to know something more about my job? I work in building 5, named Ganymede, and it has a garden theme. All the colors in the building? They look just like this... I happen to work in the green block of offices, and I have pink carpet.

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  26. This is so pretty, I made it into the wallpaper on my monitor! :-)

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  27. Nifty pic, I love the colours in this weaving flowers pic ;))

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  28. wow this one reminds me of knittting...I'll hire you when I need a logo designer for my knitwear line...

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie