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Oh! You Pretty Things

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Five lovely things that have caught my fancy lately.

Ivan Ripley Psychedelic Daisy Floral English Tin Tray by alamodern on EtsyThis gorgeous vintage 60s tray designed by Ivan Ripley.
(via: alamodern on Etsy)Philippa Rice for Hic & Hoc PublicationsThe comic Looking Out by Philippa Rice.
(via: Hic & Hoc Publications)Uzumaki by Junji ItoI love manga and Uzumaki (which means spiral) by Junji Ito is one of my favourites.
(via: Tofugu)I See A Song written & illustrated by Eric Carle (1973)A page from the children’s book I See a Song written and illustrated by Eric Carle in 1973.
(via: My Vintage Book Collection)Origami Ten-Sided Yin Yang Globe by OscheneAnd in keeping with the spirals, these Origami Ten-Sided Yin Yang Globes by Oschene.
(via: Origami Maniacs)

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14 thoughts on “Oh! You Pretty Things

  1. Oh what gorgeous happy colours – very Chiaki :) And I adore that tray – amazing!

  2. I’ve read all Junji’s ‘Museum of Terror’ books there amazing the art work is so creepy and the stories are great! :D x

  3. Each of these is beautiful, great choices! I’m so glad you featured a comic book and a manga, there is so much variety to this art and a good stroke of pencil has always been my favourite story telling tool :D

  4. I love the tea tray! I wouldn’t mind eating my breakfast from that in the morning :) The origami globes are so good! I love the colours, and I wish I had tha talent to make something like that! xx

    • It’s gorgeous isn’t it. I wouldn’t mind eating my breakfast from that in the morning either! I’m thinking about giving the origami globes a go but I doubt I would have the patience if it’s fiddly. ;) xx

  5. Hi, what an amazing tray! Is it for sale?

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