Saturday, September 10, 2011

Data Girl

Well, Rosie has gone into business for herself. She didn't have a lot of startup money so she had to scrounge around for used furniture like the funky chairs and too-small desk, but a girl has to do what a girl has to do. It may be bare bones, but it's hers.

Her first client is her friend, Stephen, who needed a database of prehistoric beasts he and his colleagues have encountered.

She is eating at her desk trying to get all that new work done by deadline. Terrible meal choice, though. Coke and pickles and a kid's packet of cheese. Not brain food for sure.

Now she's raiding her chocolate stash from the cabinet where she also keeps her spices and hot sauce for perking up takeout or meals she brings from home.  Not only is she Data Girl, it looks as if she is danger girl as well.

Shelves are Bodo Hennig. Desk is Plan Toys. Chairs are Hello Dolly. Plastic drawers are re-ment. Food is re-ment and vintage. Lamp is AG Minis. Other accessories are Barbie, re-ment, ebay finds, and an eraser (the garbage can). I made the business poster and the Matisse print is just a copy I printed out. Rosie and Stephen are from the BBC shows Doctor Who and Primeval respectively. The scene is in a wooden wine box I got from one of my favorite local cool food purveyor. I'm thinking of taking it to work with me. Data is one of the things I work with a lot so I feel like a Data Girl, too.

1 comment:

  1. Hi sweet Datagirl! This is such a cool scene, I love it. Everything looks so real and lifelike. I got a winebox too, its easy and nice to use it. I especially love these orange desklamp. So sad, this cool little lamps (Callsmall has one too) are not in "my" scale 1:16.
    Have fun!