wings across the world

posted by the scholar on October 16th, 2007
filed under: art, design, illustration, metal

that bird’s wing dish really set my mind off about what other things there were in the world that are inspired by the “arms” of our fine feathered friends and other things found in nature. here are a few of them:


graphite sculptural “pencil” from agelio batle, available at zipper


wing study 10 print from swirlygirl’s etsy shop


oxidized sterling silver necklace by nathalie uhl, from auto


dragon wings original photograph in sarah smith’s etsy shop

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4 Responses to “wings across the world”

  1. PhotoSmith Photography Says:

    Hi! Thank you so much for featuring my Dragon Wings photo on your site. You’ve got a great blog here and i have had a great time looking around 🙂
    Sarah Smith

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sarah,

    you are very welcome for the post – it is amazing that those wings came from you garden! i really like your work.

    thanks for the visit!

  3. Kathya Says:

    This picture … it just has so much magic in it. It feels like I’m having a small glimpse at something Earthly in another world.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi kathya,

    are you talking about the dragonfly photo? it is so cool!

    i am glad that you find it enjoyable too — and thanks for stopping by!

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