To Wit, To Woo, Owl Power & Faces

The topic for this week’s something completely different was inchies (ie one inch squares) with the theme faces. I’ve been away so my found object this week was the Sunday magazine and I decided to continue with the bird idea from the previous two weeks. Again, I have produced a one inch mini collage, this time of an owlet. Look closely though; all of the elements are made up from faces in the magazine. The wings are ears, the face and body are the shine on a face and the feet are Barry Gibbs’ teeth. In the end the whole thing spooked me slightly, but as we are getting near to Halloween I guess that is to be expected.

On the theme of Owls we have just installed an Owl to monitor our electricity usage – scary. To be honest the oven was on when this photo was taken but the heated towel rails are now only to be used during limited time periods!

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Posted on October 27, 2009, in Owl, power monitor, Something completely different. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Wow what a brillient inchie to make the great little owl from faces awesome.

  2. You are putting my laziness to shame, and yours are very inventive and effective, the iF one too, I must apply myself next week!

  3. what a fab inchie – adorable owl!thanks for joining us…

  4. whoa..that is SO kewl chickie! and how creative! love it!

  5. Super inchie. Thanks for joining us this week. Gez.

  6. Oh, it's cute and so clever and ever so slightly spooky too lol! Love your work, sorry it's taken me so long to return your visit to my blog but you totally have the extra entries into my giveaway! 🙂

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