A quick little round up of recent days as shared on instagram, from (successful) hallway waiting for a TNT courier, to pre-opera treats at Brunetti's in the city (before George Frideric Handel's Partenope), and a fleeting trip to Sydney, where I happily lose myself in the collections of both the library and the MCA. This is how it looks around here, in between wrapping orders of prints from our sale (still on until the end of May) and drawing yet another bird for my giant book entitled Twelve Months of Southern Hemisphere Birds. This is how it looks some days, in between domestic chores and creating neon collages. Looking at the frequency and ease with which G and I use instagram, it is easy to see why it has taken off.
A pink sky before yoga one morning
The hilarity of our Brunetti's sweets re-gramed by Brunetti
You are here, briefly
Delighting in signage, and finding circles everywhere
Looking at symmetry in the library
...and looking up various books on birds
Robert Owen's Sunrise #3 (In process earlier on, as part of Volume One: MCA Collection)
Guan Wei's The Journey to Australia mural at the MCA in progress (explore MCA Now)
There's always Percy
Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.
John Steinbeck (1902-1968)
(via Rona Green)