<>Hunter's Season

I'm Catherine.
I like sewing, papecraft, shoujo manga, samurai, cute things, and playing a rookie defense attorney. When I am not defending the accused, I harvest virtual vegetables and defeat the Heartless. Other than that, I'm a senior studying literature at a small college in Massachusetts.

Read the Printed Word!
1 month ago | 900 notes | Reblog
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books
sandwiches
fuckyeahbookarts:

Sandwich Book by Pawel Piotrowski

fuckyeahbookarts:

Sandwich Book by Pawel Piotrowski

1 month ago | 1,624 notes | Reblog
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mini
fuckyeahbookarts:

The Smallest English Dictionary in the World has been discovered by West Country book shop owner Graham York. Although only 1x3/4inch the tiny book’s 384 pages contain thousands of words, and even comes with a lens in its case for surreptitious study when challenged by a lack of diction. 
Printed by David Bryce &amp; Sons in Glasgow in 1890 it’s thought only a handful of the mini books were made to show the printer’s skills. Graham said, ‘it would have been the perfect tool for a Victorian quiz or Scrabble night, just like a smart phone is today. Although you would have to be blessed with 20/20 vision to use it.’ Graham is now taking his miniature discovery to the Chelsea Book Fair in November where the tiny book is expected to generate huge interest.

fuckyeahbookarts:

The Smallest English Dictionary in the World has been discovered by West Country book shop owner Graham York. Although only 1x3/4inch the tiny book’s 384 pages contain thousands of words, and even comes with a lens in its case for surreptitious study when challenged by a lack of diction.

Printed by David Bryce & Sons in Glasgow in 1890 it’s thought only a handful of the mini books were made to show the printer’s skills. Graham said, ‘it would have been the perfect tool for a Victorian quiz or Scrabble night, just like a smart phone is today. Although you would have to be blessed with 20/20 vision to use it.’ Graham is now taking his miniature discovery to the Chelsea Book Fair in November where the tiny book is expected to generate huge interest.

1 month ago | 29 notes | Reblog
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sewing
paper
thenewdomestic:

artislovely:

ricochet:sewn parchment paper bag (ECAB)
I have a thing for brown paper.


(via ricochet)

thenewdomestic:

artislovely:

ricochet:sewn parchment paper bag (ECAB)

I have a thing for brown paper.

(via ricochet)

1 month ago | 4 notes | Reblog
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rubber stamp
stamp carving
stamps
heart
human anatomy
themethodcase:

(via Handmade carved heart stamp by Pablo Salvaje - The Method Case)

themethodcase:

(via Handmade carved heart stamp by Pablo Salvaje - The Method Case)

2 months ago | 19 notes | Reblog
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paper murals
paper
Paper Crafts
jeff nishinaka

yeahfuckart:

paper murals by Jeff Nishinaka

2 months ago | 9 notes | Reblog
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paper
papercraft
dress
dresses
clothing

yeahfuckart:

2 months ago | 34,703 notes | Reblog
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pottery
ceramics

itscolossal:

Pottery Meets Experimental Animation in this Ceramic Phonotrope [VIDEO]

2 months ago | 100 notes | Reblog
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mini
miniature
laser cutting
furniture
a-mini-a-day:

sdk miniatures1/144 scale

a-mini-a-day:

sdk miniatures
1/144 scale

3 months ago | 14,020 notes | Reblog
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sagansense:

The 2013 Geminid meteor shower peaks today! (and on the nights of December 13-14)

Although the Geminid shower favors the Northern Hemisphere, it’s visible from the Southern Hemisphere, too. The Geminids start streaking the sky by mid-evening in the Northern Hemisphere, but people at temperate latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere may have to wait until late evening, or close to midnight, to see the beginning of the meteor shower. (More information. Full video.)

Clear sky to everyone!

via sci-universe