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Links for Later

I’ve been hanging on to these for a couple weeks while looking for inspiration of classic illustration for a project at work.

Stickers and Stuff: lots of great inspiration and illustration

Kevin Kidney Blog: Long-time Disney designer

Kevin Kidney Portfolio of Sorts flickr set

Animation Treasures: Blog of Hans Bacher, animator of 40 years. What I love is he’ll analyze classic animation background plates and colour choices.

Remodelista: Sourcebook for the Considered Home (I want a house, I want a house, I want a house.)

Hindsvik Vintage: “Daniel & Valeria are a young couple who run an online vintage store called Hindsvik. Renovating and redecorating their 1940s home on a budget, they share DIY ideas, design favorites and spaces with shop updates in between.”

Departures: We’ve been on a foreign film kick lately, and this has been one of the best. Such a beautiful movie.

Lord Of The Rings prequel made by a fanatic using her £25,000 life savings scores 500,000 views on the internet: Need to watch this when I get some time! (Born of Hope YouTube link)

♥ Not long know until The People vs. George Lucas makes its debut at SXSW. CANNOT wait to see that one! (YouTube Trailer link)

♥ We received a free pass to Daybreakers, so we’ll probably go see that this weekend… if only to see the Brisbane CBD on the big screen.

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  1. Erin says

    oooh…Remodelista is causing me to covet..a lot…and I like it 🙂

    We cannot buy a house down here until we sell our house up north, and the people renting it want to buy it but can't for probably another year or so…so…I feel your pain.

  2. Anonymous says

    Hi Danielle,

    Regina here, for

    I would like to personally invite you to list your blog on our Expat Women Blog Directory ( so that other women can read about and learn from your expat experiences.

    Many thanks in advance for your contribution and keep up your great blog!


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