Ribbon Rosettes & Riding

Last night was Street Scene's Interpret Durban competition and besides being a judge I also got to make ribbon rosettes for the judges and winners to wear.  The work of the entrants was interesting and reflected our fine city in obvious ways and not such obvious ways (a t-rex riding a wave?).  Interesting and certainly not rehashed.

Colombo the venue du jour leant itself to be transformed into a curated space filled with Durban creatives.  I didn't have much time to snap shots in the dim light, but watch out for a prize worthy post from Lauren over at Glossary!  Her new camera lens is rocking our worlds!

I am beyond excited for the launch of Sibling Mine's Girls Bike Out this afternoon - will do a seperate post about that.
Happy weekend!

8 comments :

  1. Gorgeous rosettes! You are very talented!

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  2. I love these rosettes! I'd totally wear them clipped on my coat :).

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  3. These are too cute!

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  4. Those brooches were awesome! Well done friend. And lols at the comment about the lens - haha! Thanks, glad you enjoying it too x

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  5. Thanks so much for the comments.
    Had to say something about the mega cool lens!
    x

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  6. you are amazing, as always, thanks for helping us out and contributing to interpret durban's vibe.

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  7. Those are absolutely amazing - I want one to put on my bedroom wall! x

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  8. Hey thought you would like to know your brooch didnt go to waste....check it out....haha

    http://missmollyfashions.blogspot.com/2010/11/trip-to-kalk-bay.html

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