Here are some links for wild and wooly places:
Knitting might not sound all that wild to you but that's because you haven't searched gorilla knitting or knitting bombers on YouTube. Alan is not quite so wild as that, but he's fairly wooly, and his patterns are some of them nothing less than sculpture rendered in linear thread. .
Glass is fabulous and totally mysterious. On this site, wonderful, witty creatures come to life under Tiela's masterful lampworking. She specializes in charming ponies and winsome fillies, but does dragons, Suffolk sheep, hardy bears and lions, flashing fish, dogs and cats and hedgehogs. If you can imagine it, Teila can give it form.
Sit beside one of these on a crisp autumn evening, and taste a little bit of heaven. Who knows what you might see in the dancing shadows?
Again with the glass. Gorgeous stained glass work—made to order. Classes, art glass, tips - great people and beautiful, beautiful work. Their "Women of Faith" series is lovely. Their classic windows, elegant.
Elegant and complex. This is beautiful lampwork.
Coolest wordsmithing tool on the planet. Even if you don't like words, you gotta think this interface is amazing.
A great site for CSS training and tools. Sit down with Dreamweaver and do something amazing and unexpected. Nicest guys. I love the place.
Kinetic sculptures, given life by the wind, wander the sea strands in strange, unearthly herds. Beautiful.
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