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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Thunder is Always Louder in the City

Crap, it's so hard to post anymore. My significant lack of motivation has led me from posting every day to every once-and-a-while. But don't worry trusty readers, this doesn't mean the end of Dusel Blogs!. Infact, you should probably get out while you still can because soon the movie reviews will be back. I have actually been reading other blogs more often now, such as Smosch, Kotaku, of course, the awesome NOTCOT and even sometimes What Would Tyler Durden Do?. For better or worse, i feel like i want to blog more because of them.

Luck for us here in Kansas City, it looks like the freaking Apocalypse outside. And just incase typed sarcasm escapes you, we are not lucky at all. It looks about midnight, just before 3 in the afternoon. Don't forget the tons of rain and flooding.

Good God, i love patterns. Enjoy this tasty treat of patterny goodness:

From Dan Funderburgh. Who also does some beautiful hand done type, and urban-esqu illustration.

Also, Julia Rothman (Aaron blogged it first):


And this guy, who i have no clue who he is anymore. Infact, if you know his name please let me know.
Ray Fenwick


If they aren't enough pattern for you. You can check out Flavor League, where much of Dan Funderburgh patterns, as well as plenty others, like scatch-and-sniff, are sold as wallpaper. Personally though, i think scatch-and-sniff wallpaper is an awful idea.

poof! gone.

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5 Comments:

At October 17, 2007 5:05 PM , Blogger kd said...

julia rothman lives in my 'hood.

 
At October 17, 2007 8:39 PM , Blogger Aaron Guillermo Hale said...

i really enjoyed this one.

it kept me busy for a little while..

 
At October 17, 2007 9:08 PM , Blogger Lauren said...

Nice patterns slutbag!

 
At October 18, 2007 12:48 PM , Blogger taylor said...

you can thank google image search for the image, but I liked it. My dad's doing great now, they let him come home today. We're way thankful.

p.s. I'm super enjoying the patterns by the way. i have no clue how to make a pattern and actually have it repeat. i need to see if there's some kind of book on that or something.

 
At October 18, 2007 2:13 PM , Blogger HEATHER said...

taylor if you find any books on patternmaking, keep me posted. i've been looking as well, i really want to break into fabric design!

 

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