Monday, April 28, 2014

Illustration from 1930's


Here's a scan of a page from one my mother's books from when she was young, that I also loved as a girl.   The Dominant Vth by Jessie McAlpine (1930).

The girls have hidden their midnight feast goodies in this wheelbarrow and are trying to get it away without the third girl seeing the loot.

It's funny how I remember it being a better picture of the barrow itself. I colored it with my crayons.

Regards,
Robyn Coburn

Monday, April 21, 2014

Child's wheelbarrow, Melbourne


Photo by Claire Horsley, at the side of her house.

An Iranian wheelbarrow and Hamed, its owner

"My whole life depends on this wheelbarrow. It's my best friend. I don't have much say in the work I do with it, but I'm trying to enjoy them as much as I can."

Hamed and his wheelbarrow. Seen in Tajrish Bazaar


Humans of Tehran on facebook here.

Thanks to Laurie McPherson for sending it to me.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Top 10 Best Things to do with a Wheelbarrow

The World’s Top 10 Best Things to do With a Wheelbarrow at EverythingOrganized.org, April 9, 2013

Rainbow, table, lace…
Others I had seen: planter, cooler, barbecue...





Shovels and other things by the same artist, Cal Lane.

Thanks to Tam Palmer for sending me a link to these!

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Puzzle Craft game's pig wheelbarrow

Puzzle Craft is a farming and mining game, with pattern puzzles. If you match a bunch of chickens, you get pigs. If you match a bunch of pigs, you get cows. If the pigs aren't touching each other but you still want to collect them, at some point you can obtain a wheelbarrow, used for picking up all the pigs on the screen.