Thursday, March 10, 2011

Blog Discovery is Fun!

How good is it when you get a new follower, click on their pic and discover an incredible blog!

My most recent followers include Terry John Woods

and Jon Hirst

Terry's blog blew me away. This man's talent seems to know no bounds, from his incredible eye for style to his genteel teddy bear making to his masterful art.

I'll let the pictures speak for themselves...


















Teryy painted the mural in the foreground (above).



He has a published book and another coming out soon which I am eager to get my hands on!







Summer House is Terry's yet to be released book.






The other blog I am pleased to introduce is that of David Long Designs
based in York, UK.
Their head designer, Jon Hirst left me a comment which was very humbling.
Take a look at the images below and you will get an idea of this man's design talent, CRAZY!








































How awesome to have these 2 talented people following and appreciating my humble wee blog!
Angex




10 comments:

A Vintage Vine said...

Thanks for introducing us to them!

Beth said...

Thank you for these introductions Ange - those photos are just gorgeous.
x

Jenny said...

Thanks Ange, I am off to have a look. Enjoy your weekend. ;-)

Meg and Mum's said...

I love love love that "cyclone" mirror! Those rooms look beautiful. I'm gonna hop over and have a squizz. Thanks Ange x

Raine and Sage said...

Thanks for sharing Ange - just been over for a look and very impresssive. Would love to have those books for a long perusal.
xx
The teddy is super sweet!

white verandah said...

Thanks for sharing - off for a looki now !

*Spring Blossom* said...

Goodness those pictures are fantastic..... I'm intrigued and will be heading over their blogs now!!

Angela Steyn said...

Thanks Ange - two great blogs to follow!

Ang
Wicker & Stitch

Seaside Style said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing Ange!

NATURAL MODERN INTERIORS said...

Thanks for sharing these new followers with us - great images and fantastic murals. Have fun, Lisa