Sunday, November 21, 2010

I'd Like to Take You on a Journey...


I thought we'd have a peek into what I've been up to in Debs piece for the Pulp Redux Collaboration. It's almost done so there will be a full update soon but until then...


I'd like to take you on a journey...



(Ooooh, secret pockets!!!)




to somewhere a little off the beaten track...






to see what remains after...






of a once proud civilisation...




Take a peek...

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Hope you enjoyed it.
Stay tuned folks, more coming your way soon, LOL!

8 comments:

La Dolce Vita said...

just fabulous!! love it all, those little touches of red really make the whole thing pop! you did a great job love, brilliant! xo

Riki Schumacher said...

WOW Kim, so cool. I love what you do. Would love to play in your studio for about a month! Thanks for stopping by Kim, Happy Thanksgiving. Take care, Riki

alteredbits said...

this is fabulous, lady! i have a strong attraction to the mayan culture and have studied it for years so this really, really makes me fall in love. like cat, i love all of the wonderful red touches. just gorgeous! and that mayan art print is just divine. the yucatan peninsula is my favorite place in the world that i've been to so far. it's so amazing! fantastic work!

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

Your work never fails to make me say WOW Kim! I am so looking forward to seeing this in the real! It looks amazing here and I know it will be even better to actually see. Loving your map and red stitches and can't wait to see the rest!

Marie said...

I'm always so impressed with everything you put into your projects; must take lots of research to begin with, and then finding all the right parts and pieces that always work so amazingly well together.
Another winner Kim!

rivergardenstudio said...

This slideshow is incredible, I love the way you put it together, how the images dissolve into eachother, and the story that you tell.
And your art is so gorgeous! thank you for filling my morning with wonder.... roxanne

Seth said...

Very intriguing. Can't wait to see more.

Gaby Bee said...

I would love to be a fly on the wall when you are creating! Your work always has so many intriguing details to catch my attention. Brilliant Kim! Can't wait to see more!