“Mirla,” a little black paper cut bird by Diana Beltran Herrera
Bogota-based artist (and dreamer), Diana Beltran Herrera, has a lovely portfolio of paper cut birds categorized within the “Mathematics for the reality” series. From the Afrikkalainen Kutojalintu bird with a bright yellow belly, to the Cardenal, each bird is given a personality with color and textural help from the varying paper styles and cuts.
(more colorful paper birds and some dissections with views of anatomy too)

“Mirla,” a little black paper cut bird by Diana Beltran Herrera

Bogota-based artist (and dreamer), Diana Beltran Herrera, has a lovely portfolio of paper cut birds categorized within the “Mathematics for the reality” series. From the Afrikkalainen Kutojalintu bird with a bright yellow belly, to the Cardenal, each bird is given a personality with color and textural help from the varying paper styles and cuts.

(more colorful paper birds and some dissections with views of anatomy too)

Bird and Fish bath toys
Originally designed by Patrick Rylands in 1969, the timeless mid-century modern plastic toys are icons of British design history.
“Bird and Fish are the first two products to be re-launched by  Selegiochi toys under the MasterToys brand and are included in many  permanent museum collections including the V&A Museum, London…” —Webb & Webb Design Limited
(rediscovered via TheDieline.com)

Bird and Fish bath toys

Originally designed by Patrick Rylands in 1969, the timeless mid-century modern plastic toys are icons of British design history.

“Bird and Fish are the first two products to be re-launched by Selegiochi toys under the MasterToys brand and are included in many permanent museum collections including the V&A Museum, London…” —Webb & Webb Design Limited

(rediscovered via TheDieline.com)