Friday, October 7, 2011

Friday's Geometric Find: Upcycled Wall Mosaic.

Often times, leftovers are even more delicious than the original meal. And while we're not sure what this table top may have looked like in its former life, we definitely love what its parts have become.

Geometric wall mosaic, from Michael Arras.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Lunch Time Geometry Lesson.

Cutting a sandwich on the diagonal yields 2 triangles. And really, there couldn't be a better segue for today's lunch-themed, geometric find.

Insulated lunch bag, from Julie Meyer.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

New Geometric Wood Organizers In The Etsy Shop!

I'm so darned proud of how these salvaged organizers turned out. The geometric design really pops! Just got 'em all listed in the Etsy shop too. More designs are in the works, so stay tuned.

Red on turquoise salvaged wood organizer, $22.

Red triangles on gray.

Close-up of my hand-drawn, geometric design.

The classic black and white combo. Clean and simple.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Geometric Patterns.

Geometric patterns excite me. Perhaps it's the balance between abstract shapes and linear order, or maybe it's the playful repetitiveness. Whatever the reason, these patterns stimulate my eyes and dazzle my brain.

"Funky Diamonds" print, from Twoems.

"Keys" tea towel, from Enormous Champion.

Photograph, from Chez Jolly.

"Fiesta" tea towel, from Shapes & Colors.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Theme Of The Week: A Geometric Life.

I've always seen the shapes of the world through geometric lenses. To me, straight lines are telephone wires that run forever.

Photograph, from N. Harlow Photography.

Tiny, repeating triangles are a mathematical fashion accessory as lethal as any tribal weaponry.

Brass earrings, from Prairie Oats.

Linear doodles on a piece of paper are blueprints for a maze of neighborhood streets, lanes and avenues.

Ink drawing, from Studio Benben.

And a repeating series of circles and squares is a bombastic sound system, waiting to shake the foundation.

"Circles and Squares" block print, from Funnel Cloud.

What do your eyes see when viewing the lines and angles of the modern world?