This month’s EDIT is inspired by our Leckford Estate in Hampshire,bringing you the colour and motion of country gardens. Bring a touch of spring blooms into the living room with this fresh country style, mixing modern and rustic inspiration with natural motifs. Wood finishes and elegant grey tones form a balanced backdrop for colourful yet pared-back florals.
I ❤ crazy quilting . . . Made of over 100 pieces of fabric. I machine stitched them to the cotton canvas with free-motion embroidery. The star shapes are meant to be a pattern of floating seeds. The silhouettes are mainly machine stitched, but the tips are hand embroidered with tiny French knots with a single thread of floss. There are small gold stitches scattered around the background, that don't really show here. The colours may seem a bit unreal, but I have seen these colours in nature.
Nir Arieli has an eye for motion, capturing breathtaking snapshots of male dancers as they perform arabesques allongé across ethereal spaces. His series, entitled "Tension," combines the intimacy of portraiture with the artful layering of digital photography, producing dizzying images that pay homage to the beauty of the male form.
This image reminds me of something you would look at under a microscope such as cells or organisms. It is such a simple image yet it seems to hold a lot of detail. I think this topic could be a great starting point for a project. This image could create such a great abstract pattern. The monochrome colours give it a very modern feel but it still maintains its natural element.
Many animals have been frozen in motion, allowing people to see just how their bodies work. Exhibition curator, Dr Angelina Whalley, from the Institute for Plastination, says she hopes that people will leave the exhibition with a new "respect for nature and for science".
The gold-plated silver chain can be worn in everyday life as well as on special occasions. The links of the chain are naturally always in motion, which creates a beautiful, harmonious and eye-catching shimmer.
How to Grow Super Long Hair You’ll Need: 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp honey one egg Directions: In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients, making sure to beat the egg well before. Apply entire mixture to hair, starting from roots to ends. Massage mask into hair gently in slow circular motions. This will get the blood flowing and encourage faster hair growth. Leave mask on for as long as you like, but the longer the better! Leave the mask on for at least 30 minutes. We left…