This is a short animation for anyone who loves typography, about a small boy who steals words, a forest full of monsters and lots of vintage penguin books....with some lovely music by al paxton of the metronomes/stapleton fame....
At about minute 1:37, the animation includes an astonishing dream forest sequence.
Botanical prints are showing up at many of the shows at New York Fashion Week. From psychedelic, ethnic interpretations at Thakoon to more traditional versions at Tracy Reese, foliage and flowers can't be ignored.
Only the best funny Botany jokes and best Botany websites as selected and voted by visitors of Joke Buddha website...
Here is a sampling:
1. What do you call a plant that is vericose and eats insects? A venous fly trap. 2. What type of drawings do botanists enter in? Raffle-esias. 3. If Johnathan Swift was a botanist what would his smallest characters be? The Lilly-putians. 4. What is a Sesame Street botany toy? UTRICLE me Elmo. 5. How do florists stay dry in a rain storm? With an Umbel-la. source: http://www.jokebuddha.com/Botany#ixzz1XsEl8bag
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