Thursday, July 30, 2009

Ready, Set, GO!

Even though I've left my days of pushing old books around at the library - my pals there still manage to send me wonderful things! This little friend I'm about to introduce you to was found tucked inside the pages of a book from the Tufts Veterinary Library. One clever co-worker made a little stop motion flip book with him. I've snitched the photos from the site so you'll just have to scroll through really fast and pretend its the same thing. ** I've found that this little guy looks the cutest if you use your space bar!
























Kelley Anne said...

That was fun to scroll the way, I love your 'what genus are you' posts and thought of your blog the other day when I was at the library where I work and came across a book of floral illustrations.

"hi, i'm ginnybranch stelling and i love love." said...

this library seems out of this world! but i know thinks it is just a keen editorial eye.

your last few books have really gotten a hold of me.

Jane Flanagan said...

So awesome! I want one!!

claradevi said...

these are really awesome! can't stop rolling down and up and down and up.

Gabbi said...

Wonderful find! I also scrolled down quickly for the running effect. Great idea :D

katharine shields said...

hahah that guy was so awesome! did you see the illustrations in the book he came from?

calivintage said...

oh my what a pleasant little photo series! that paper horse is so cool!

Rachel said...

oh my god, LOVE.

Catherine Shu said...

This is so cool! I just spent several happy moments with my laptop on its side, scrolling up and down.

Isabel said...

Ekke! That's adorable!

Q's Daydream said...

hehe, soo soooo cute! :o)

Anna Wallace said...

this is more than perfect.

it kind of reminds me of the horse in the science of sleep.

Jessica said...

Oh my! This post just made me the happiest gal around!!


Anonymous said...

that's really cool!

Ondine said...

I love this. I once read an interesting article about an artist who makes these horses out of all different kinds of paper and has them galloping across walls....can't for the life of me remember her (I think it was a her) name though!

Amy P. said...

That was fun! I love the whatever material the horse is made of. It looks lovely. Thanks for sharing it.

Lauren Winter said...

I'm so surprised I've never been to your blog before.. it is absolutely beautiful, as are you! your images are soft, romantic, and so inspirational.

we could grow up 2gether said...

took my breath away

Rebecca Jane said...

this is so cool - such a neat post.

Teresa @ good-grace said...

That's AWEsome!! (that's me, saying it just like Chris Farley in Tommy Boy...) :)

Jenny said...

I love this post. The images are so beautiful on their own, too. Nice colours.

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