Feather tail glider at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. The feathertail glider (Acrobates pygmaeus) is the world's smallest gliding possum and is named for its long feather-shaped tail. Although only the size of a very small mouse (65 to 80 mm and 10 to 14 g), it can leap and glide up to 25 metres.
Spring Hanging Birdy Decoration. Made from cottons using a freehand machine embroidery technique, backed onto a quality wool fabric. The body measures 10cm x 6cm with those lovely legs taking it to approx 14cm.
“ALEXANDER MCQUEEN:SAVAGE BEAUTY”, AN EXHIBITION CELEBRATING A GENIUS
Alexander McQueen: 'Horn of Plenty' . SUBTITLED 'EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK' . A PLAY BETWEEN A PROFOUND RESPECT FOR AND THE SUBVERSION OF THE HAUTE COUTURE TRADITION. The set features a pile of debris – everything from rubbish bags and crushed car parts to broken fairground horses and castaway chairs . The clothes themselves draw on haute couture signatures – Dior’s iconic hounds-tooth check, the elegance of Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy – and takes them apart at the seams.