todays page looks a bit like a page from a science book...but i was thinking of grids and webs and maps and how im attracted to them...

here are some inspirational links that i like that i think fit in here:

wip-oval - love jens recent crocheted pieces...on their own and within the still life...
light:2 - sharis gorgeous shadow photos recently...
risas spiderweb photos (pref. without the spiders!) which led to...
this link to nina katchadourian and her amazing 'mended spiderweb' series (found through lisa s)
a bed dreams a blue doily dream - lisas beautiful work...

10 Comments:

  1. cruststation said...
    Wonderful linking and thoughts, I immediately think of the 'Web', the thing which binds our friendships together online.
    stephanie s said...
    i am really enjoying your journal pages....
    maditi said...
    that mended spiderweb series is absolutely fabulous - love the spiderweb repair kit :)
    beautiul web/grid post and drawing!!
    shari said...
    love this page julie. i think it is fun to look for connections everywhere. thank you for continuing to inspire me. xoxo
    lisa s said...
    oh i love this journal page... wow. it's fantastic.... thanks for sharing....

    [and for including me in your inspiration ]
    xo
    gracia said...
    New looks seem to be flowing everywhere I turn in the blog world... love your new layout, and you have provided me with fabulous links to follow as well! Yippee!
    Debbie said...
    Hi Julie!
    Keep trying to catch you on messenger and failing so blogging you instead! Now will just read your blog and get back to you!
    Lots of love, Debbie xxx
    Debbie said...
    Just read your last few blogs. wow exciting about your picture going into print - that's great! Also to hear you've been writing a journal - how is this going? You sound so vibrant and positive lately. also can you believe this is the first time I've seen a picture of Ella (on Purim) since she was a new born! so lovely. I meant to ask you to send me some pics!
    lots of love and hugs and also your photos are beautiful,
    Debbie xxx
    Vanessa said...
    And body maps...That tell the tales of where our soul has been and where our ancestors have traveled.....To bring us to the package that we are, sitting, typing, thinking, dreaming....
    simple me said...
    I've always been fascinated by those kind of grid designs. I'm very much influenced by design from the 50s and 60s and they used to have quite a lot of these sort of patterns. Lucienne Day (http://www.classictextiles.com/graphica_bw.html)
    is an example.
    Have you thought of making this sort of work in large? I think it would be nice ;)

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