Thursday, April 30

Eat Drink & Be Merry!

As you may have noticed, when I share one of my books I also tend to make a video so you can virtually page through it and come as close as I can offer of the book experience.
Well, I gave you a glimpse of the food pyramid book in my global hunger post, from a couple of days ago, but didn't want to take away from the information and message by posting a video there - so here's the full version of


I created this book as a part of a series, this being the first, in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
(You may remember having seen another of the pieces from that series in this earlier post.)

I tried to include all types of diet choices,




We humans tend to find a way to go extreme, one way or another, don't we?! 
In which case, we are tempted to look for that magic fix - quick and easy...

In all things balance is usually best - though I admit,
for many, my vegan choices are extreme :)

So let's do our best,

enjoy our food, and have some fun!

heh heh heh!


  1. I'm speechless! This is so cool! Thanks for sharing and I thought the video was awesome!!

  2. You're amazing! I would frame any one of these pages and hang it on my wall.

  3. Karin, this is amazing. I know it was hard on your hands and back but so worth showing.

    I think that would be a really neat thing to show students in a high school setting. I think they could really learn something while at the same time digging the art and how the pyramid is put together.

    Great job. xoxo

  4. These are such cool pieces ! The message I keep getting over and over again these days from the Universe is "everything in balance", whether it be in food, in exercise, in breathing, in art time, in work time...I know it is what we are all working towards, finding our way back to living in balance in this crazy topsy turvy world we have created.

    Prayers that we all get there one step at a time...
    Hugs, beautiful Karin

  5. This is really quite amazing!!

  6. Amazing, provocative and creative!

  7. So creative! I raise my glass to the last one. (Havn't seen the clip yet...very slow today)

  8. Wonderful piece! I love the video too.


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