(photo by halex)
DIY confession time: I may have re-blogged this mainly for the awesome cat in the picture. But the chrysanthemum is also awesome! It’s easy to make (though a little time consuming) and looks amazing as a feature above the dining table. Purr-fect!
edit: sorry about that pun
It’s Tumblr Tuesday! Here are some Tumblr blogs I hope you like!
If You Leave
A collection of the work of over 250 photographers from all over the world, If You Leave features snapshots of a journey made by wanderers who study the mysterious yet uncannily peaceful feeling of desolation and loneliness. Above: Photo by Carla Andrade.
Museum of Broken Relationships
Ever had a broken heart? Own an object that won’t let you forget? This is your opportunity to give it a perfect new home. This museum safeguards the mementos of our once grand loves.
Street artist based in Geneva who works with walls, paper and glue.
Stabwool Home for Extruded Characters
Artist Lety R-Z stabs wool until it looks like a thing.
Illustrator extraordinaire. Playful lettering and illustrated jestering. A playground for assorted tidbits and random ideas.
For more updates on what’s new, check the New & Notable Tumblrs blog!
Today we are proud to introduce Photoset, a new app for creating and sharing beautiful high-res photosets on your iPhone or iPad.
Photosets have been one of our favorite additions to Tumblr. You’ve surprised us a thousand times over with your creativity. It’s hard to imagine Tumblr without photos, and we love the power a set of photos has to tell a story.
The new Photoset app is an elegant way to create photosets, even if you’re not using Tumblr. Just tap and drag to lay out your photoset. Once you’ve got it just right, post to your blog or upload to photoset.com — where it can be shared with anyone, anywhere.
We can’t wait for you to try it! Photoset is available for free in the App Store.