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Country Living...

Country Living...

We live and work in the countryside on the edge of a village called Stonesfield. It's where the first recorded dinosaur bone was found. We also featured in December's issue of Country Living magazine. They have a pull out section with 60 interesting ideas for gifts including A Blackbird Sang. Lovely to have work recognised by the press but most of all we enjoy every single interaction we have with people online too. Why don't you tell us how you found our work, what you like about it and where it's going to live in your home?

I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers...

I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers...

It's Autumn and the leaves are coming down thick and fast. One of the reasons we made the leaves was as a reminder during these months of future Spring and Summer.
Fixing A Blackbird Sang Wall Art pieces

Fixing A Blackbird Sang Wall Art pieces

There are some things we often asked about. This is one. What's the best way to fix your work to a wall? To help with this we've made a brief guide. Hopefully this helps with the displaying our work to the best advantage in your home or business.
Blackbird goes to Beijing...!

Blackbird goes to Beijing...!

Exciting to meet BingBing at the London Artisan event in Truman Brewery, Bick Lane London last weekend. She is from Beijing and loved the Keyhooks and Wall Art pieces. These are now travelling all the way to China. 

  • Tony Davis
Kirsty Allsop visits MyVisibleObject at Waddesdon Manor

Kirsty Allsop visits MyVisibleObject at Waddesdon Manor

I spent a lovely 10 days over two weeks at Waddesdon Manor's Christmas Fair. Kirsty Allsop dropped by filming for her UK Channel 4 Christmas production. She loved the mobiles, bowls and bunting. Here she is with one of our Hares Keyhooks. Sold out after she left! We've since changed our name to A Blackbird Sang - much better...

Actor Liza Goddard visits

Actor Liza Goddard visits

Actor Liza Goddard  visited and bought some lovely things. Not least one of Genny Early's Hare prints. I had fun guessing who she was. I got as far as first name and Bergerac. I needed help after that. Very charming and fun.