A recycled Moleskine notebook. Damage to the spine has been covered using a strip of soft leather, the pages have been replaced, and the book has been given a new lining of flame red paper.
Archive for May, 2010
It looks like it cost about a fiver from the local garden centre. If I hadn’t been told then I would never have guessed it’s a Phillipe Starck piece and cost about £200… there are two of these in one of the gardens I maintain. I know that taste varies, but I’m genuinely shocked that anyone would pay that much for something like this!
One of the great things about the studio being on an island is the range of wildlife I get to see.
It’s been a while since I arrived at the studio to find something totally random, but today I got there to find this completely random pile of clothes in the yard. It’s as though someone spontaneously combusted, leaving only their clothes behind…
Possibly the most comfortable piece of stone ever.
Simon midway through a 60% reduction of some conifers. It was about 30 degrees out there today, too bloody hot for hauling branches and logs!
Too tired to take a more interesting photo today, so here’s a close up of my lighter.
One of my revamped vintage notebooks was kindly featured in an Etsy Treasury by UneekDollDesigns:
Random shot of a garden I was asked to look at.