Monday, October 04, 2010

Illustration Friday: beneath






This paperhouse is painted with acrylic paint, i used thread to hang the paper star, fashioned a clay doorknob and of course it all starts with a small matchbox ;)
all photos and art valerie walsh for Illustration Friday's "beneath" theme

31 comments:

Cjjstrings Memories said...

Really cute idea Val.

Doodlestreet said...

Adorable! I know that desk with view anywhere.. ;o)
Your little match home has a sweet sleepytime hat...with that candle lit...I could take a very cozy nap. :D
Love this endearing mini-home...

Cjjstrings Memories said...

Really cute ideal Val,Hugs,
Carolyn

studio lolo said...

I'm in LOVE with this Val!!

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josh pincus is crying said...

very original and very cool!

WrightStuff said...

Oh what a delightful creation - how very clever and inspired!

IVYALLOVER said...

adorable thanks for sharing ♥

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!! this is so cool Val!!! you are always creating neat things!!!

Janet said...

Neato! How cool is that?!!!

michele said...

This is so clever! Such a tiny treasure! :o)

Blanca said...

so cute! i love your idea!

asperezas said...

:-)
delicious
"everything in its right place" or perfect sense of proportion and grace :-)

Georgina said...

love it Val!!! good idea :)

Georgina said...

love it Val!!! good idea :)

Linda Hensley said...

So cute and a great idea!

Tracy said...

Oh my, Val! This is adorable :) I love it!

Anonymous said...

i must be a lil slow this morning. Thought this piece was much bigger then it is. (wall piece size) then when i scrolled down i saw a candle and matches and it hit me derr it a match book house. Very creative and fun piece Val.

String said...

This is brill! I love it!

roberta baird said...

As snug as a bug in your sweet little house!

Caroline said...

What a delightfully diminutive dwelling!

erin said...

I've always wondered where little match girls lived...

Mary Jane said...

A magical work of imagination in such a small object. Truly delightful and fun.

Jack Foster said...

Wow Val! You really know how to "match" your work to the theme. This is so cool! I was shocked when I saw how miniature you made this house. However do you create such beautiful tiny masterpieces with such fine detail? Peace, joy and blessings to you!

Pepi said...

Que bonitaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa............pero que arte tienes. Besos.

Ginger*:) said...

This is so lovely.... inside and outside. How grand it would be to sit at the little writing table, looking out of that window at any time of day or night.

Marián Lario said...

It's very original!

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Francisco Martins said...

Hey Val!
Super original idea!
Cheers from Lisbon

Kim Carney said...

spooky and wonderful!

Andrea said...

superb!

Brine Blank said...

That would be a great project in house for class. I might have to borrow...heck who am I kidding..steal that idea...

isay (Marissa) said...

very creative!