Monday, May 17

Art you can aim at

I love, love, love this.

September 2007 issue of Architectural Digest

It's an antique shooting gallery target. They come in all shapes and sizes. Here's a more primitive one from the early 1900's:

Artisans of Mentone, Alabama

It would make a wonderful paper weight on a fancy, never-used designer desk that looks nothing like mine.

And this one from Coney Island (I know, so cool) would be an amazing conversation starter:

These squirrels from Sniktaw Antiques are hilarious:

Squirrels and Hunters

And these colorful antique archery targets from a French carnival are lovely too:

Sniktaw Antiques

While I like the whimsical targets more, this archery target with detailed carving is a must for a man room.

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