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Kunstkamer

Notable for stacking [The Daily Telecraft: Eye Candy: The Curiosity Cabinet]

Contemporary example of "Wunderkammer"    http://www.poetichome.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/echographietest2.jpg

Maissa Toulet, a French artist, combines the allure of Wunderkammers with an artistic aesthetic. Instead of grouping items solely by species, Maissa Toulet considers color pallate as well.

Old drawer treasures...

An old printer's type tray employed as a hanging Ancestor Altar. Also could be a Shadow Box

The Wunderkammer, or as it is called in English, the Cabinet of Curiosities, was the 16th century forerunner of the modern museum. European kings and princes would send emissaries to the far flung reaches of the known world to bring back strange, exotic and rare objects, which were installed in a dedicated room in the palace for the ruler’s enjoyment.

The Wunderkammer, or as it is called in English, the Cabinet of Curiosities, was the century forerunner of the modern museum.

Focus-damnit: (via Karin Linnea inredning -)

focus-damnit: (via Karin Linnea inredning -) (This Ivy House)

ArtPropelled

I love insects and I love Sibella Court. This lovely little collection of insects (and a seahorse) can be found in her inspirational book, Etcetera. Have a look at Natural History's Entomology notebooks here.

shell collections

How to Make Faux Coral {Inspired by Pottery Barn} - (spray paint coral from the pet store/pet section at walmart)

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