Found objects - including pram and all the nesting materials!
Complete with cellular smiley faces :) Found on this microscopic site.
I know it's a bit hot, but when it rains again try playing this game.
Don't forget to pull the light chord, turn on the fans, and try out the scissors!
I've put some nests in the Tanera exhibition, and I realise I'm far from being alone as a human nest builder -
This stunning (and presumably strong) artist-made nest is by Benjamin Verdonck.
Particles of sand magnified up to 250 times actual size www.
If you visit his site to enjoy the journey, you might possibly need to be a bit patient with the technology. It's worth it though. Do lots of inquisitive clicking along the way.
Ingredients for this recipe are:
The area where the bleach hits turns a beautiful golden colour. The turquoise in the drawing above was a layer of acrylic ink, added to see if it bleached. It didn't.
From Danish artist Peter Callesen.
Random jottings with plenty pictures and little writing.
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