Saturday, 8 November 2008

im a fatty lover


so a little bit of dribble just fell onto the computer keyboard when i saw these amazing illustrations from hennie haworth, whose website is just full of eye wateringly brilliant images, and it turns out that she has also designed a range of products for habitat, and it just so happens that yesterday i was looking at one of her designs in habitat thinking "i want you", but obviously did not know she had done it...if you go to her website look at the repeat pattern section and dribble some of your own drool at the wallpaper possibilities....i love the candle one, but for now i love these the most...wonder if its because there is cake involved, and whilst id like to pretend to be a skinny lad, lets face it im a fatty, and kinda proud, especially when i see things like this...

6 comments:

Sarah said...

Hi,
Wow she's amazing-so cheerful and colourful. I love the picture of a London bus going over a bridge with John Lewis in the background. In the repeating patterns I liked the marbles.
Thanks for visiting and leaving lovely comments. I love blogging. I am the last person I ever thought would have a blog-how wrong I often am! Have been to Portobello today which I hardly ever go to but always enjoy. Went for cheap option of 5 thimbles for £5-strangely satisfying to just put on your fingers and click together like metal hula hoops. Have a good week!

Sarah said...

No! When does it take place? I have been to normal Deptford market and bought cheap plastic stuff, ribbon and old magazines. I used to live in Deptford so really should know about any junk market that goes on! But sadly have missed it. Let me know-would like to be scared!

Sarah said...

I should really go to bed and will do soon but will have a quick look. I was once a thief on Leicester market and my friend Robert made me do it-by telling me to take the earrings-but then denied this afterwards! I used to like the magazines they had in flying duck too before it went. I have a homes and gardens from about 1965 and most of the adverts are about central heating-it must have been the new big thing.

Pfeiffer Photos said...

These remind me of another artist my mom collects...I can't recall her name now but she's whimsical like this and the colors are fun!

Brook said...

hahahah so funny I love the last one!

KnitXcorE said...

hey! that first one is from a morrissey song :-)

look, look:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-q7-lH8cbs