Thursday, 16 July 2009

Buried Treasure

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Is there is anyone that doesn't know Seth and his call for buried treasure to be unearthed? I think not so I needn't explain anymore. I think he was one of (if not the) first person to find my blog and make comments. When we have the blog awards - i reckon he'll be first down the red carpet to pick up a well deserved award :o)

here's what i dug up
http://thisdisorderedlife.blogspot.com/2008/01/today.html


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25 comments:

An Evolving Artist @ Swallowcliffs.blogspot.com/ said...

Fun memories! Wish I would have been involved in this treasure hunt...

Bea said...

Very interesting piece of artwork. I've found myself leaning more to the grunge style and multiple layers.
It's funny when I went back to look for something I ended up finding a story instead of artwork. We're going to have to do this again, what fun! :)Bea
//Dog-in-the-hole-studio.blogspot.com//

Kim Mailhot said...

I loved visiting your well-worn treasure. That looked like an awesome exchange ! It is so cool to see what different artists have chosen to uncover from their past.
Cheers for the unburying !

elk said...

nice to be here and see your creation from long a go ~elk

Curio said...

Really enjoyed rummaging through...you have lots of 'Buried Treasures'. I'll be back!

Leslie Avon Miller said...

I love artists books, and this one is great!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You really WERE productive that day. I love your style. It is right up my alley. I was by earlier this morning, but decided to wait till your post was up before I commented. You can be sure I'll be back!!

deb said...

how fun it is to be connected to so many new people by seth's genius, I second that red carpet award!!

KV Creative Designs said...

Taking the Buried Treasure tour! Your blog is lovely! I will explore some more. Thanks for sharing with us!
Artful Blessings,
Kathryn

Mar said...

you did indeed find a treasure..i am finding myself becoming more intune with this style these days
your's were excellent pieces.
following seths tour
:)

WrightStuff said...

There's an awful lot of this treasure about - I'm enjoying having a good rummage!

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Your book is wonderful, the book itself was a wonderful base to work from and you did great grungey thinks with it. Very cool.

Chris said...

Cool journal! I love the name urban graffiti.
These are lush and grungy and I like a lot. So, there. I'm glad you unearthed this one.

I'll send my mailing address.

Kelly said...

love your style, very urban. We must do this again. and your blog is cool.

Poetic Artist said...

Thanks to Seth I have found your work..I think its great.. I also joined in the fun. Now I have more favorites..LOL.. not enough time in the day.
Katelen

LostLuggage said...

ooohhh delicious!

alteredbits said...

i TOTALLY agree about seth!! :)

and i'm so glad he did this! your book is gorgeous and beautiful treasure indeed! thanks so much for participating too else i may never have seen that gorgeous work of art.

Kim said...

Loved the grungy look to some of these pages. Great journal! Loved that so many people are participating in this, but I fear I will be in need of serious butt therapy after trying to view them all! LOL

girl_gone_thread_wild said...

Your pieces are ADDICTIVE! I love your use of color and I think now I might take a peek inside other past posts of oyurs.. I'm dying to seemore!

A rambling rose said...

Great to see your buried treasure -I'LL be back to see more of what is unearthed!

Gail P said...

Isn't Seth grand?! Lovely post and I'll be sure to return often.

grrl + dog said...

nice to have a flash back...

ger said...

Hello - finally found the time to visit you back (+ it was well worth while...)

Seth said...

Great choice of post. Just say urban or graffiti and I am all over it!! Glad you decided to join in!

Dawn Wilson said...

Great buried treasure, will take some time to explore your blog. Love the textured books
Dawn