Not my usual post today, but I just saw the new Google homepage logo for the day and got all a-twitter! (pun intended, I couldn't help it).
In (what seems like) a former life as a student curatorial assistant, I did research on John James Audubon and his work. Recording birds through paintings doesn't seem very revolutionary, but he painted them accurately and with the foliage/fruit that was their habitat and/or sustenance. If I remember correctly, he identified approx 25 species of birds! Audubon also painted animals, but badgers just aren't as pleasant to look at as bluebirds, so I have just gathered his feather-related works for your viewing pleasure:
I love the vintage appeal of these paintings-- how perfect would these prints be in a traditional library/conservatory setting set amongst bookshelves and leather chairs?
What or who is inspiring your interior design themes lately?