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.

2 comments:

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

-kelsey

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.