Monday, May 21, 2012

The Good Machinery is Good.

Hi, guys. It's been a long time since I blogged.

I really don't have any excuses, other than the fact that I can't find the camera cord, and even though I got a new camera, I'm too lazy to take new pictures of the junky contest prizes. Plus, as an added bonus, I spent all of my money buying acrylic paints and clothing from Goodwill (the prices are high for donated clothing)... and I've also been stalking the Good Machinery. 

Here's the explanation: a woman in Italy paints these toy animals and sells them online (they are rather expensive--and therefore I can't afford one). But still there's just something... graceful about them that I love. 

 If I were to get one of them, it would have to be this ombre horse:

But, as it is, I have to admire them from afar. 

I'll see you later. Hopefully not in another month.

To check out more of the Good Machinery's work, click here.


KELSEY said...

dude those are totally awesome. I like the polka-dotted cat-thing the best :D
also why IS Goodwill expensive?? Of course whenever I go in there I'm like "Oh you want me to pay SEVEN DOLLARS for this in-perfect-condition-gorgeous-dress?!? How dare you! (grumble grumble grumble)" even though that's probably a perfectly reasonable price. :D


Hannah said...

I don't know why Goodwill is expensive, because it's not like they have to buy new clothing stock or anything.

I wish I didn't have to pay $8.00 for a pair of used shoes, though.