archive for May, 2010
Over the years I’ve stumbled on some great pancake creations on the internet (such as the glorious rainbow ones shown above). But no one has given me a greater appreciation of The Griddle Arts than Jim (Jim’s Pancakes). He’s taken things to a whole new level. Below are just a few of his masterpieces. Congrats, Jim, you win.
London-based artist Daniel Eatock is doing some really fun work. I mean, REALLY fun. His website is a playground of inventive exploration. It’s hugely inspiring to see how he refuses to be defined by any single medium or line of thought. Many of his projects immediately spark ideas for activities to do with kids.
The piece below made me want to start saving all my daughter’s old Crayola markers so that we could turn them over on a paper towel one night and see what beauty awaits us in the morning. I leave you with what isn’t exactly his headiest work, but probably the funniest.