Tuesday, 24 July 2012

going for gold...




oh, blimey, that just brought back memories, remember that lunchtime quiz with henry kelly...? anyway, talk about being side tracked...i've printed up a new design 'dash dot' or it might actually be dot dash, i can't remember...in some lovely lovely metallic olympic colours, bronze silver and gold. yum yum yum...run (do you see what i did there? another olympic reference, masterful, that's what i am) and get 'em here before the ink dries!

as another aside...has anyone been watching twenty twelve? bloody hilarious. brilliant, a masterpiece. us brits doing what we do best, taking the piss out of ourselves.

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Clare said...

It is hilarious! I've only just discovered it though, must find back episodes!

Flying Blind... said...

Who said watching too much TV was bad for creativity!?

Cherie said...

Great new fabric designs! Screen printing looks like so much fun and much less hassle than sending it off and waiting for it to come back to you =D

Claire - Matching Pegs said...

We Aussies are pretty good at taking the piss out of ourselves too - it is practically a national pastime.

Twenty Twelve sounds like a version of "The Games" which was a brilliant comedy/satire that screened in 1998 and 2000 (two seasons) about preparation for the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Games_%28Australian_TV_series%29

Charmaine said...

lovely new prints, I really like the gold. I love twenty-twelve, so sad it's finished. loved everyone at perfect curve, hilarious!

Francesca said...

oh i like that very much. esp the bottom one.
yes to twenty twelve, yes to going for gold. everyone was always playing catch-up! x

heart of charnwood said...

Loving the Olympic feel fabrics, gorgoeus!
I saw the first Twenty-twelve, and thought it was rubbish, maybe i just wasn't in the right mindset for it, but i caught the last few of this series and thought it was genius, i'd almost got to thinking it was a documentary, as it started to mimic real life. But don't get me started on the tickets we applied for and didn't get, v annoying with all the half empty stadiums, and lots of the tickets being in the hundreds of £'s still! Oops, rant over.