fossil design

Ammonite washbasin from HighTech

If you want something really unique in your bathroom then you should take a look at the Ammonite washbasin from HighTech that is shaped as a fossil. The fascinating shape of ammonite fossils – which resembles a rolled up helix – is the basic design element in the new HighTech washbasin. The association of water and fossil design is a clear allusion to the prehistoric inspiration for the Ammonite washbasin.”

Ok so I know that #WitchsonaWeek was ages ago but I wanted to make one so HERE IS MINE: Minimalist Goth Nature Necromancer! I’d have a lot of fun going around to natural history museums and using my powers to re-animate all the fossils and taxidermies. Here I seem to have awoken a (small) Smilodon (aka saber-tooth cat) skeleton. Here kitty-kitty!

calligraphy that weeps

-//Stephanie//-

calligraphy moves you like a
shadow, supplied me as a
painted emerald -

and you know me, welt in colour
that I was, before a candle
pretending scars, at end,
should numb
this breath of foal,
ferally giving you what I
had long ago frayed

she sells climate beneath
my thighs, purer
sanctuaries grown
more so, than the mirror that
weeps,
soaking nests of lullabies

and natures imprint sags,
impressed upon a fossil eye
of old design, that could steal her,
precious mollusk at your aching

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The off-white interiors of Alfonso Cadena’s new restaurant ‘Hueso’ (Spanish for 'Bone’) are covered with over 10,000 collected bones mounted on timber plaques. 'Hueso’ is set within iconic Mexican architect Luis Barragán's 1940s modernist building in the Lafayette Design District in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico