From Brown Button, via the lovely 74 Lime Lane blog.
Betty’s younger sisters made this bakery from a cardboard box; the edibles are made from Du-Kit. Each tiny croissant is approximately the size of Betty’s thumbnail; the jam tarts are even smaller. So pretty!
One of my favourite artists, nanopod (Tosca), has just put her latest creation on Etsy. These mythical creatures are to be worn as pendants and they are pretty much the most gorgeous thing Betty has ever seen*.
*(apologies to the boy person friend and the Baggins, and so on: Betty still loves you, too)
Pleasing, no? It’s in one of the throoms at the Baptist Tabernacle.
The nice headless artist of a previous blog post, diligent sleuthing reveals, is named Aleksandra Petrovic. I found these paintings near the fountains at Britomart.
What would the interwebs be without the Gallery of Regrettable Food? Not much, that’s what. My personal favourite bit is Jello Confronts the Depression, but to each his own.
“It’s clear what the surprise is: a Jell-O mold as big as your torso. Note that the cover picture shows the woman in the act of creation, gently pulling the metal mold from the quivering newborn confection. She looks down with confident serenity; the Jell-O came out well, and all is right with the world.”
I walk past this gallery window on the way to the ferry and the train. I love these drawings. Granted, I love the bulldog clips and the string as well, but check out all the headless gorgeousness: