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25 Oct 2011

5 senses tour {no.6}



Book
over 100 previously unseen Tolkien art, out this week.


Art & Photography
Alone/Missing {source}
 Avalon {source}



Design & Food




tasting: lemon & honey tea
hearing: Room on the Broom audio in the background
reading: hila's thoughts on metamodernism
thinking: of getting on with the new illustration once i have posted
feeling: tired and enthusiastic

23 comments:

  1. Great 5 senses tour...I'm a bit like you in working on new art work, feeling enthusiastic about it, and got my tunes going. Can't wait to see your newest illustration!

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  2. tired and enthusiastic, what a nice combination ;)

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  3. I've never read anything from Tolkien (although I've seen Lord of the Rings), but I'm intrigued by this book. And The Hobbit is on my list of books to read/movies to see.

    That pull-apart pumpkin bread is calling my name. Yum!

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  4. Okay that kitchen is a dream!! and the Art of the Hobbit, that is definitely a must see!! I can't wait! And lemon and honey tea sounds perfect right now, on a cool morning.
    Not sure I'm going to get to join in today. Kids are already wide awake and glued to my side, wondering when I am going to get off the computer...you know how that is :).
    xoxo

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  5. That pumpkin pull-apart bread has me drooling!!

    I would love to look through that book, and the photos of Avalon are breathtaking.

    Joining in.
    http://bluelareve.blogspot.com/2011/10/5-senses-tour.html

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  6. WOW, that kitchen is sooo pretty! The pumpkin bread also looks amazing!


    Camila Faria

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  7. Missing the tour today, but I'll beback next week! Loving that photo, WOW! Do you have directions to that place? The pumpkin bread makes me just want to jump through the screen. I love just about anything pumpkin. I must bake!! Good luck with your illustration...don't forget to share :)

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  8. oh my gosh that book looks amazing. and i definitely agree with some above comments.. that kitchen is fantastic!

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  9. what wonderful artwork on the cover of that book! love the 5 sense tour...it is nice to stop and think about what you are sensing all around...a great way to bring in some balance

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  10. Can I will that kitchen into being? I want!

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  11. oh, i will have to check out that illustration book...might be a perfect anniversary gift for the fiance :) and HELLO to that bread...oh, i am having cravings now :) xoxoxo brynn

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  12. Beautiful Avalon image!

    http://mandycrandell.blogspot.com/
    http://twitter.com/#!/MandyCrandell

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  13. Hobbit book. Christmas list. Now.

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  14. New Hobbit book - whatttt? That's a must buy. Thanks for visiting my blog and I know I will be a frequent visitor to yours! Following :)

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  15. what a lovely meme. and the art of tolkien looks astounding.

    p.s. thanks so much for your great comment on the metamodernism article.

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  16. i agree with the people who have pointed out that the kitchen is fantastic. great meme responses!

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  17. Baked a cake like this some day, it was so good!!! Maybe I'll find the time to create something delicious this weekend!

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  18. I'm loving every piece of art you're sharing!

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  19. ooooooooooooh that BREAD!! I am all over that recipe this weekend - thank you!

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  20. That kitchen is dreamy!

    Lauren
    http://tasteslikelove.blogspot.com

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  21. The art & photography collage is so beautiful and the kitchen simply lovely.
    Ada

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  22. i'm enamored by the contradiction of the rough + smooth surfaces of that kitchen island. i'd like to rifle through the hobbit book; have a feeling the little man in the house would like to also, since reading the hobbit :)

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