February 21, 2011



GIVE AWAY No. 2
Shelf City No.248


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19 comments:

Maria said...

they're so beautiful - i like them because i like "tiny worlds" in general - small scale versions of every day objects to underscore the compelling things about them.

i love that you have open doors on some of them, not all of them are closed off and sealed away like so many model houses you see in tiny towns

Kat said...

Love it! I really appreciate the attention to detail in your work. You're really talented!

onesilentwinter said...
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onesilentwinter said...

i am so sorry fro teh deleted comment!
i love these and tweeted about them the other day!

Hanna said...

these are so cute!

kate said...

Eeeeee! I adore these! I'm taking a class on terrarium making this weekend, and I know I'll soon be addicted. Would love these for a project, or simply to adorn my fireplace mantel.

Blogged!

http://peonyandbee.tumblr.com/post/3472542894/freeeeeee

beth m said...

i love the perfect tinyness of your objects. the shelf city is fantastic!

Ann said...

Oh I have always been fascinated with all things teeny tiny...our family went to Madurodam (sp?) when we were kids and that was great fun. Your work is lovely and most importantly draws the viewer into a believable world in smaller scale!

Jen said...

I made my first terrarium yesterday and would love to build a village in and around it! Your creativity in building tiny worlds is outstanding.

http://gardeningjen.blogspot.com/2011/02/desktop-gardening.html

emily said...

i came here because of kate's (peonyandbee.tumblr.com) recommendation. these are sooo cute!

JEMAS said...

Sweet!

Kelby said...

These are so fantastic! I don't think my big clumsy fingers could produce something so tiny and detailed. I think these would lovely on my miniature shelf...
I'm glad I found you blog, I noticed it on your etsy shop.

Ruby said...

Your shelf cities remind me so much of my hometown of Baltimore. The city has many wonderful colonial era row homes, some of which have fallen into horrible disrepair and some have been refurbished and brought back to life. Each street and group of homes is unique, much like your creations. Work has taken me away from my city for the time being, but I always imagine one of your shelf cities sitting amongst my books or in my windowsill, reminding me of my home. Keep up the great work, you never know how it may be influencing others!

Anonymous said...

What I like about your work is the size of the buildings and the tiny details - they are like a tiny fairy village :)
Jen J

Jenn said...

I just love your work. Something about those little houses makes me happy every time I see them.

Old Tobacco said...

Amazing tiny houses. I just started following you. Found you through Liane. Thanks for the sweet give away. If I win we'll make it a trade.

Pals
Jeremy

Evita said...

Hi there! I found you via Cosmopolitan Sugar and I adore your work. These would be the absolutely perfect addition to the new tress my husband bonsai'd this past weekend. We were just having a conversation about miniature pagodas, but I love the idea of something untraditional.

Tami said...

I found your etsy shop today and I LOVE your little churches in particular...love love love.

Michele Reed said...

Always have loved miniature things....and these are no exception! Darling!!