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Buddha Bowl by Elan McPherson of Flavour Design Studio.

Buddha Bowl by Elan McPherson of Flavour Design Studio.

"Speechless" - the Japanese just nail it sometimes - Fukami Sueharu | Porcelain with celadon glaze, 2004

"Speechless" - the Japanese just nail it sometimes - Fukami Sueharu | Porcelain with celadon glaze, 2004

This coffee cup is minimalist, inventive, and useful.

This coffee cup is minimalist, inventive, and useful.

Plum, beetroot, and licorice. By chef Søren Selin of Restaurant AOC, in Copenhagen. (Photo: Signe Birck)

Plum, beetroot, and licorice. By chef Søren Selin of Restaurant AOC, in Copenhagen. (Photo: Signe Birck)

La Crosse, WI - St. Rose Convent, Maria Angelorum Chapel. Windows designed and fabricated by the Royal Bavarian Art Institute for Stained Glass (the studios of F.X. Zettler), Munich, Germany.

La Crosse, WI - St. Rose Convent, Maria Angelorum Chapel. Windows designed and fabricated by the Royal Bavarian Art Institute for Stained Glass (the studios of F.X. Zettler), Munich, Germany.

Image detail for -Stained glass painting designs-/ glass painting tips – Beautiful

Image detail for -Stained glass painting designs-/ glass painting tips – Beautiful

rosebiar:    artofnarrative:    myaloysius:    heavymettle:    Art Nouveau stained-glass window by Alex Gascoyne, 1906

rosebiar: artofnarrative: myaloysius: heavymettle: Art Nouveau stained-glass window by Alex Gascoyne, 1906

navy geo print by britt bass / $40

navy geo print by britt bass / $40

Jen Moules is a British illustrator and surface pattern designer. Her inspiration comes from her surroundings, with a passion for nature and wildlife, this is reflected in both her illustrative work and textile designs. Jen’s current range of products include prints, cushions, greeting cards, gift wrap, fabrics, lampshades and wallpapers which are all available on her own online store. I love the style of this particular piece, watercolour patches with black ink to define the shapes.

Jen Moules is a British illustrator and surface pattern designer. Her inspiration comes from her surroundings, with a passion for nature and wildlife, this is reflected in both her illustrative work and textile designs. Jen’s current range of products include prints, cushions, greeting cards, gift wrap, fabrics, lampshades and wallpapers which are all available on her own online store. I love the style of this particular piece, watercolour patches with black ink to define the shapes.

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