Emila's Illustrated Blog

Emila's Illustrated Blog


2011 Retrospect

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 09:41 PM PST

In a day time we will say goodbye to 2011 and hello to 2012. The year 2011 has been a great and productive year for me despite some heart pains such copyright infringement and jealousy. But that did not stop me from making new artworks and posting them on my blog because I believe that [...]


Juliana's Bits and Pieces

Juliana's Bits and Pieces


2012 Election

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 04:00 PM PST

Just browsing through USA Today site and found out this Presidential Poll Tracker. I don't follow news especially political news, but I do following political products about them :D


Let's see who is your favorite candidates?? Gingrich, Romney, Paul, Perry, Santorum, or Cain. On my sidebar there are political badges. Feel free to click.

Nipper's Nook

Nipper's Nook


Friday Fotos: 12/30

Posted: 29 Dec 2011 08:55 PM PST



Happy New Year!!!



photo of dead batteries...free of charge

courtesy of... somuchpun.com




photo of giant chicken in the rear view mirror

courtesy of... lolpix.com




Priorities! Glad they have them...

photo of a sign that reads...sharp edges in bold, then also bridge is out

courtesy of...pyzam.com




Oh, yes...


photo of some cats laying on a treadmill...need to spend more time on the treadmill

courtesy of... icanhascheezburger.com

Emila's Illustrated Blog

Emila's Illustrated Blog


Yassin is 8

Posted: 29 Dec 2011 09:56 PM PST

Yassin had a blast during his garden birthday party yesterday. He invited the neighbourhood friends but as he invited them in the afternoon, I did not expect for the kids to bring him pressies. “Just come and eat,” I told Yassin to tell them. Without Yassin knowing it, his cousins and me had bought few [...]


Juliana's Bits and Pieces

Juliana's Bits and Pieces


Happy New Year's sale

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 01:46 AM PST

20.12% Off All Products !
Enter code:
2012NEWYEARS
ends 4 January 2012

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Mechanical works of Christopher Conte

Posted: 28 Dec 2011 09:54 PM PST

Christopher Conte's mechanical masterpieces uses many found or recycled gadgets including watch parts, sewing machine accessories and cogs and gears from different appliances making them look like they came straight out of Sci-Fi movies.

Some of his sculptures are being shown in various museums across America.

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You can visit his site to see more of his works.

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