Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Stunning Wallpaper by Jimmy Cricket

Jimmy Cricket is an Australian brand that specializes in wallpapers designed in collaboration with artists from all around the world. "Woodland" is a gorgeous wallpaper designed for the brand by Fleur Harris an illustrator and a graphic designer. The wallpaper features animals and floral pattern in fun, elegant and rich color palette. The wallpaper can be wiped clean and is available in three colorways - lilac, dark lavender and blush. The design is perfect for a nursery or any other room where you need a little splash of whimsy. They do ship internationally!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Vintage by Crystal: Handspun Characters

Crystal and Ben Sloane of Vintage by Crystal are husband and wife who live in upstate New York. They create these whimsical handspun cotton characters inspired by a century old techniques used by cottage artisans who made ornaments and figurines in Victorian era Germany. Each piece is made using cotton, cotton batting, wire and has hand painted details.

These adorable creations are further decorated in clothing made with crepe paper and accessorized with new, vintage, and found materials including Dresden scraps, ribbons and trims, antique Czech glass beads and vintage paper. These one-of-a-kind pieces range from animals to people characters which will make a unique art piece for your home. Their online store is stocked with handmade creations themed on many occasions, see more work here.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Quirky iPhone Cases by Kate Spade

We can all agree that we spend the most time with our phone than any other thing that we own. If it's not in our hand then it's sitting close by, ready to picked up to make a call, to email, to check a message or one of the gazillion things that we use our phone these days. Because we are constantly using our phone, we need a protective case to save it the next time it slips from your hand.

Kate Spade's new collection of phone covers are miles away from being boring can spruce up your iPhone in no time. The above shown are few of the cases that can be a possible next new home for your favorite toy. For more designs go to Kate

Friday, May 19, 2017

Vibrant Artwork of Birds by Geninne

I shall wrap up for the weekend with the beautiful artwork by Geninne D. Zlatkis an artist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her watercolor illustrations often feature birds and flowers in vibrant colors and fine detail work.

You can find her prints and originals on her online store. 

Printable Get Up & Dice

'Get up & Dice' is a fun printable by Tiny Me that will get your little ones in action. There are two designs to choose from - Geo Circus and Woodland. Simply print, fold and get those little legs jumping and dancing in no time! Great activity for a birthday party or just something silly to do with your kids.

To see how you can download the template to make your own game, go here.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Objects and Animals Created with Paper

A series of amazing paper objects designed by paper cut artist Anton Thorsson for Cederquist. He has created paper sculptures for clients in advertising, editorials, and beauty. His work can be seen at

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Storyboxes and Sculptures Created Using Reclaimed Objects

Mixed media artist Claire Read creates whimsical worlds using reclaimed objects. The one-of-a-kind storyboxes, sculptures and wearable art is made entirely inside vintage and antique boxes, objects, bird cages and tins that are decorated with vintage textiles, embroideries and jewelry pieces.

“I love to give life again to unloved or unused objects from the past. It doesn’t bother me if an item is far from perfect in condition – for me that merely enhances it’s story. Somehow I connect emotionally with the objects I choose to work with, almost like secretly, they know what they would like to be. I love the thought that, as an object reaches the end of it’s valued life, someone like me still sees value in it, and decides to rework it in to some thing new – and so it begins life again, in a different form.”

She has participated in exhibitions, shows and talks in the past. Her work can be seen in person at The Contemporary Craft Festival, Mill Marsh Park, Bovey Tracey, Devon from June 9-11. For more information and timings go here.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Endangered Animals Cut From Paper by Patrick Cabral

Patrick Cabral is an multi-disciplinary designer and an artist based in Manila, Philippines. His ongoing series features endangered animals through delicate papercut. Owls, tigers, pandas, elephants and other threatened animals are hand cut and their faces are formed with beautiful lace-like patterns. The multi-layered paper cut are assembled such that it give a wonderful depth to each piece.

The project aims to support and raise awareness about endangered species, done in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature and Acts of Kindness. The artist is donating fifty percent of the sales from his sculptures to WWF Philippines. To see more of his work you can visit his profile on Behance and Instagram.