Sunday, October 4, 2009

Ann Wood

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It was love at first sight when I saw Ann Wood's dreamy ghost ship and her whimsical, cardboard castles. And now I'm officially smitten! Allow me to introduce you to Chillingworth, the Owl. I've been dreaming of owning one of her raggedy owls...but will she ever make one as perfectly wicked as this ol' fella?

“A striking evidence of man’s faculty of transforming himself into a devil, if he will only, for a reasonable space of time, undertake a devil’s office.”

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Chillingworth was constructed out of an old Victorian Mourning Jacket! Fabulous, don't you think? Visit Ann Wood's blog for more crafty inspirations. Oh, and don't forget to check out the Design Sponge "sneak peek" featuring Ann's BEAUTIFUL home!

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Waterrose said...

That owl is makes you want to hold it and examine it more closely.

Melody Sage said...

Wow, that owl is great, so knowingly rakish and disheveled. And the ship! I want to live on it and sail to the moon.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

That ship is the perfect thing to hang from the roof of the Cave of Coolness. Just amazing.

Bridget said...

Incredible, is the word that comes first, as Waterrose said!Ann Wood's work is really incredible!

RSA said...

The stuffed owl looks very creepy!

Furniture removals Melbourne said...

One of my neighbors has a collection of wooden mini ships. It actually looks so real that I can imagine myself in it. Just like pirates of the Caribbean.

Poe Forward said...

The owl, magnificent.