A pair of living dolls!

•March 4, 2013 • Leave a Comment

A pair of living dolls!

Gerty Gifted & Abby Absent-minded. The Mindstormer series imagined by Carrie Clayton-Khep, sewn by oddgirl.


•February 24, 2013 • Leave a Comment

A simple idea done well.

Paris By Cell Phone

A reader’s request and what may be the only time you’ll be able to see this in your lifetime…

Antoine requested some photos of Notre Dame’s bells which are on display only until Monday, February 25th, when they will disappear forever in the towers.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention, Antoine!


NEW to Paris By Cell Phone! I am now taking requests! Is there something Parisian you would love to see on your computer screen? Send me your request at Paris.Paul.Prescott@gmail.com and I’ll hook you up!

Or, if you have taken a picture of Paris on your cell phone and would like to show it off to the world, why not do it here? It doesn’t have to be super artistic–there are enough photo sites of Paris as it is–just taken with a mobile phone and that’s all!

Please send a copy of your photograph to Paris.Paul.Prescott@gmail.com and…

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A children’s book with <3 & Trees

•January 16, 2013 • Leave a Comment

<a href="http://www.girlnamedtrees.com/&quot; title="A children's book with A children’s book with ❤ & Trees

Includes a link to free pdf to share !

•January 14, 2013 • Leave a Comment

My recommend of the e-graphic novel Word of Traitors.

My photos made Bohemia mag!

•January 11, 2013 • 2 Comments

What an honor to be included in the December issue. You can find my Parisian images on pages 24 & 25, but please check out all the great articles & images! Let me know what you think!


You can also view the beautiful January issue-Outlaws


oddgirl fabrics are available now via spoonflower!

•January 11, 2013 • Leave a Comment

oddgirl fabrics are available now via spoonflower!

•December 23, 2012 • 2 Comments

Portland is amazing.


Somewhere in Portland, there’s a very old building, and that very old building has a very, very old basement. An incredible basement, a video-game-level basement, a set-decorator’s dream basement.

And when you walk past the janitors office, with the wonderfully decked halls…


And tromp down a sunken hallway…


You find a old room. Mostly empty, dusty, and dead quiet.


And then you start to look closer at the walls.

And you start to see things.





(You see that Brown didn’t often pay his dime for coffee.)


(You see that a lot of calculation was done right on the wall.)


(You see that World War I was front and center on everyone’s mind.)


(You wonder what was being tallied, and if it was better to win or lose.)


(And you learn the tongue-in-check “rules” of the room.)


And eventually, you crawl behind a corner, and discover a bundle of conduit.


Conduit for…

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