I like to think I’m organised, E will disagree. I have a diary, keep my upcoming events and engagements in my phone for easy access, plan my blog posts well in advance and make sure I schedule everything in. Sounds organised, right? Hmm. Unfortunately I “forget” to schedule in time to clean, cook, food shop or do those lovely everyday duties one must complete to lead a simple life. This is where E disagrees with my organisational skills. Funnily enough I find it very easy to organise the best bits of life, and find it equally as easy to brush aside the rest. I need help. Advertisements
I spend ages choosing greeting cards for my people. l look for something eccentric, personal and not your run of the mill Hallmark. I like cards that speak from the heart and have that extra little bit of quirk. And of course, I love shopping local. When E and I celebrated our three year anniversary in February, I knew the card needed to be something special. Something meaningful and very “us”.
The cranium. One wouldn’t normally consider such an object artistically desirable (unless you were a neurosurgeon), but for some beautiful reason the skull has become oh so vogue, and Perth can thank Nina Oswald aka ninamarlena for contributing to the movement. The Perth artist and skull crafter is in high demand.
Sydney based artist Mulga is a bit of a cool dude. He’s got skills, and I don’t just mean painting skills. He’s also a pretty mean poet and illustrator.