I just enjoy making these so much. His leaded glass is just so beautiful. I keep coming across this coloring book of his window designs, and I’ve, uh, got a birthday coming up in 7 months, so you know… Just playin’, but it’s still such a cute little book!
This is the archway in the Dana-Thomas House located in Springfield, Illinois.
I’ve been hanging on to this photo I took from the ATM in the Guardian Building. This animation is a more simplified version of the tiles.
This is an old train station located in Pankow-Heinersdorf I saw yesterday. It’s technically under Denkmalschutz, meaning it cannot be altered in any way because it contributes to German culture. Despite this, it’s ring of windows are either broken or covered in graffiti.
Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tree of Life stain glass by illustrator Daryl Alexsy.
That is such a beautiful description.
Every day you don’t practice is a day you’re getting worse, so today I’m rehoning my cat-drawing skills. These are some of the cuties at our local animal shelter.
This weekend, we drove by the Park Inn on Alexanderplatz. It’s not even that attractive of a building, but because there’s so few skyscrapers in Berlin, it dominates the landscape. The sky was filled with these gigantic white clouds that the building’s reflective exterior seemed to absorb. It just really struck me.
Illustrator Daryl Alexsy is joining the Mashable Tumblr today as Guest Blogger of the Week with her beautiful, animated artwork. To start, here is Homegrown Keys. Follow along for more of her mesmerizing gifs throughout the day.
I’m Guest Blogger of the Week on the Mashable Tumblr, so tune in throughout the day for a showcase of some all new animations!