Pudlo Pudlat (Pudlo), (February 4, 1916 at Kamadjuak Camp, Baffin Island, Canada, - December 28, 1992 at Cape Dorset) was a widely known Inuit artist whose preferred medium was a combination of acrylic wash and coloured pencils. His works are in the collections of most Canadian museums. At his death in 1992, Pudlo left a body of work that included more than 4000 drawings and 200 prints.
I made a roman shade to help pull together the front entry to our home. This shade was based off a easy no sew diy found on Little Green Notebook using mini blinds.
I wont bother going into great detail how it was constructed but the only difference between my hack and that found on Little Green Notebook is I incorporated a white cotton backing and instead of fabric glue I used iron-on hem tape for a sharper edge.
Taped off the god awful dingy window frame for painting.
Dumpster Diving and DIY: Is It Really Worth Your Time?
Fred Armisen has a new show on the Independent Film Channel called Portlandia. The series lovingly mocks the nonconformist counterculture proudly embraced by many of Portland’s residents. In one particularly poignant skit Armisen and his partner, Portland native Carrie Brownstein, go dumpster diving to collect food and décor for their upcoming dinner party. They spend the day covered in trash, astonished that anyone would throw away a half eaten chicken carcass.