Arthur Ganson’s work is industrial revolution on a third date with a slice of nature. It’s kinetic sculpture that I don’t get tired of watching. With evolution such as his your backyard chicken could morph into a walking wishbone.
Just learned that Little Rock has a Mr. Martha Stewart who goes by the name of P. Allen Smith. The NY Times article written by Kim Severson was accurate in stating that he’s, if you will an influential tastemaker that most people have not heard of. A quick visit to YouTube provided more visuals. I like the compost bin made out of a trash can how to. It’s a simple and cheap project, thrifty if you’re trying to tone it down a bit. Several years ago I ordered a fancy rotating compost bin that arrived in a box, that box being filled with multiple pieces. A move, the loss of instructions and a seeming inability to manipulate large pieces of plastic has left me not with compost to amend my soil but potential landfill.
For your viewing pleasure on this rainy Monday morning a frenetic Japanese pop number from Miku Hatsune. This video features a cast of vegetables.
Once over with a duster and you can have your favorite flowers in and out of season. Take a peek at this 1968 classic from the BBC.