Friday Links: Wedgewood, Roman Dog, Biscuit Tins

Earlier this week I saw the 150 Years of the Royal School of Needlework: Crown to Catwalk exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London. It was an interesting exhibition but perhaps a little underwhelming…I think I had thought there would be more embroideries on display. The highlight of the exhibition was definitely the Red Dress which has been embellished with embroidery by hundreds of different stitchers from many countries. It is beautiful! I could easily have spent hours just looking at all the details. :-)

I hope you have a nice weekend! x Carina

Wedgewood Jasperware tests. {via}

Delightful paintings by Nikki Monaghan.

NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Reveals Astounding Views of the Universe.

Vegan Samosa Pie.

Lace Patterns Overlay Facades in Ornate Large-Scale Murals.

An Ancient Roman tomb for a dog.

Margaret Watts Hughes and the Eidophone.

Tim Okamura’s Bold Portraits.

Keksdose. Old German biscuit tins.


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