Here’s a letter I got straight from the hometown of Albert Einstein – Bavaria!
And it’s from turnip-lover, Marlena.
I need to say thank you for your beautiful art. I especially love the ginkgo wreath and now it adorns my door. it is a 70 year old door. it now looks contemporary with your wonderful graphics. thank❤️ with greetings from Bavaria Marlena
Thanks so much for sharing, Marlena!
I love how contemporary your door looks now, too…
Most of our fans use my art to create new stuff. But I’m intrigued with the idea of using my art to take something old, and make it totally new again!
Last night, I was on YouTube, watching a day in the life of someone who “makes old things new” for a living.
He was a… taxidermist.
Which basically means…
He takes the skin and bones of dead old animals, (like tigers, lions, elephants, and more) and… stuffs them… and turns them into new living models!
He mentioned how:
He saw someone do it as a kid once.
And thought it was interesting. Got obsessed with it. Bought all the books he could to teach himself how to do it. And started a business doing it for a living.
The funniest part?
His dog is even more obsessed with his stuffed sculptures than he is.
Every time he creates a new sculpture, his dog gets SO excited, it keeps barking and dancing around the sculpture, and even…
… jumps on the sculptures to play with them!
I guess dogs aren’t scared of stuffed tigers or lions…
If you’re looking for something new to get excited about, this is one of my oldest works in the store, but looks like… it’s making a new comeback, as… it’s currently one my hottest artworks right now:
I can see why though…
Can you believe I drew it by hand? I really did though…
Aurelia “The Great Re-new-er” Nobleia