Pencil Carvings by Ágoston Birtalan

It has been pointed out to me that my post Pencil Sculptures by Dalton Ghetti is actually the work of Ágoston Birtalan. So, I did some research to make sure it checked out (which it did) and I have updated the previous post with the correct images. Here is the work of Ágoston Birtalan.

I apologize to both artists! You both create amazing work and should be recognized for your own achievements!

Ágoston is a Hungarian artist who creates pencil carvings. His favorite artists are Dalton Ghetti,Mizuta Tasogare,Kato Jado. So, I suppose it is a good thing that i mixed up his work with one if his favorites if I was going to mix it up at all, right?

Hopefully, more info about this artist to come…

Please be sure to check out Ágoston’s Facebook as well!


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Paintings, Not Photographs by Doug Bloodworth

Over the past year and a half I have shown you many artworks that you have to look at twice because you can’t determine whether it is a painting/drawing or a photograph. I love those, obviously. Some of the greatest artists in the world can’t do that but I think it is an aspiration of many. Here we go again…

Doug Bloodworth is another one of those artists. His paintings are so realistic that you have to  look all too closely at the image. Each painting is done in either oil on canvas or airbrush on wood panel. He has done countless other paintings in many different styles. He also does western paintingsmuralscartoonsbillboards and buses.

When I first saw these, I thought, no way. These still lifes are soooooo realistic that i almost can’t believe it. With most paintings or drawings you can see the brush strokes or charcoal marks. I am not find that in these.


Doug Bloodworth's Monopoly painting

“Batman & Peanut Butter”

Doug Bloodworth's Batman & Peanut Butter


Doug Bloodworth's Weird-Oh painting

“Rawhide Kid”

Doug Bloodworth's Rawhide Kid


Doug Bloodworth's Candy painting


Doug Bloodworth's Marbles painting

“Godzilla TV”

Godzilla TV painting


Watermelon and comics painting

“Wonder Woman”

Wonder Woman and chocolate painting

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Pencil Sculptures By Dalton Ghetti

Pencil sculptures by Dalton Ghetti

They say that all artists see things differently; they see things the the average person doesn’t see. I don’t know if I agree with the second half of that assumption,but I do think that artists look for different ways to view a particular object.

An artist by the name of Dalton Ghetti, uses that ability to create complex sculptures from the simple shape of a pencil. He started carving at a young age, but decided to start carving very small sculptures more recently. His goal is to bring people’s attention to smaller objects because he believes that small things are beautiful. The majority of the pencils he uses for his work are found on the streets and sidewalks. It is a recycling process.

Dalton does not sell his work. He sculpts as a hobby and does it for his own enjoyment. He does not plan to sell his work.

Pencil sculptures by Dalton Ghetti

DIY Key Colors

DIY Key colorsI have a billion keys on my keyring and I have so many keys that look alike. So what’s a girl to do about that? Find a way to distinguish them, right?

This is a very quick an easy craft, which makes everyone happy, but it is also an efficient one.


DIY Key colors


Things You Will Need:
Fingernail Polish


DIY Key colorsStep 1:

Start painting one side of your key(s). Let that dry.


DIY Key colorsStep 2:

Flip they key(s) over and paint the other side. Don’t forget the edges!

As you can see, my pink one looked a little rough. so I decided to covered it with a little bit of glitter.


DIY Key colors

Beautiful! Now I can determine which key is which!




PINCH Martin Tremblay – Human Typography

Wow, these photographs are gorgeous. I love everything from the composition to the contrast of their skin. THAT is beautiful!

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Martin Tremblay is a photographer from Montreal, Canada. Also known under the name of Pinch, he shoots fashion, cultural and advertising images. Today we’re featuring a serie where he used human bodies to create a typography. The alphabet with aesthetic and truth seen through the eye of a true artist.


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Creative Ways To Upcycle Old Stuff


As most of you know, I am all about crafting and upcycling old stuff. I found a blog post on Twisted Sifter today that gave 50 examples of ways to repurpose, reuse and upcycle. All of the examples were great but I liked the upcycling ones the best. 

So, below are a few of them and if you want to see more, I encourage you to visit the blog post via the link above.

And no, upcycle isn’t actually a word, but I like it and believe that it will soon be part of the english dictionary.

Reuse Toilet Paper Rolls to Organize Cables and Chords

toilet paper rolls used to store cables and wires

Turn Old Credit Cards Into Guitar Picks

stamping old credit cards into guitar picks

Turn Old Picture Frames Into Serving Trays

using picture frame as serving tray

Reuse Ketchup Bottles as a Pancake Squirter

using ketchup bottle as pancake squirter

Use Paperclips to Organize Your chargers

paperclips clipped onto side of table using handles to organize cables

Turn Old Wrenches Into Wall Hooks

wrenches bent into wall hooks

Use Your Old Computer Tower as a Mail Box

turn old computer tower into mail box

Make a Jewelry Organizer From a Bulletin Board

using bulletin board as jewellery organizer

Use a Paper Clip as a Key Chain and Money Clip

Use a Pipe with Valves as a Coat Rack

pipe with valves as coat rack

Make Shelves Out of Old Books

turn old books into shelves with brackets

Reuse Old Cassette Tape Cases as Gift Card Boxes

turn old cassette tape cases into gift card boxes

 Store and Organize Cables with CD Holders

cd cases uses to store and organize cables

DIY Keyboard Upgrade

I found a new, and wonderful blog today! I get excited when I find new blogs with good content. It makes me happy. The blog is called Gurlinteruppted. It says it is a fashion and beauty blog but I found more “pretty” things on it.

Anyway, the specific blog post that caught my eye was Does Your Keyboard Need A Makeover? She walks you through a step-by-step tutorial on how to use washi tape and scissors to upgrade your computer keyboard. What a fun idea!