Friday, November 2, 2018

Happy Friday! + Thank You Cards by Oana Befort

Happy Friday! I have no idea where the entire week went. Do you feel that too? I would like to leave  you for the weekend with the lovely work of Oana Befort a graphic artist based out of Nebraska. Her cheerful work is inspired by natural world, flora and fauna, and folklore. The series of the Thank You cards feature intricate and detailed illustrations based on her original artwork full of colors and patterns that are perfect to send to your loved ones this holiday season. To see the more card designs and beautiful paper goods go to her online store.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Glass Masks and Other Objects That You Can Wear

Let's start this new month with the jaw-dropping work of Kit Paulson. She has an experience of over 14 years working with glass in its hot, liquid state and makes these unbelievable sculptures that are detailed and intricate in their form. She tests the limit of the material by sculpting it into wearable masks, armor, skull, gloves and objects inspired by nature.

She gained BFA with a specialization in glass from Alfred University in 2004 and has been working with glass ever since. For her work she has been awarded scholarships from Pilchuck Glass School, Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center, The Windgate Foundation, Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass and the Glass Art Society. Her work got published in New Glass Review editions 36, 37 and 38. Just last month she started her three year residency at Penland School of Craft. 

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween! + Spooky Sculptures by Dena Seiferling


Happy halloween! I hope you all enjoyed your visit to the blog the last week and found the featured posts inspiring and creative! 

Before you step into your costumes for the big night we all have been waiting for, let me introduce you all to the amazing work by Dena Seiferling an illustrator and an artist based out of Calgary. She makes amazing needle felted sculptures that will leave you wanting more. This year she participated in the challenge on Instagram to create a spooky cute sculpture or a drawing each day for the whole month. I hand picked the above shown needle felted sculptures she made for the challenge. I think they are appropriate to share today to celebrate halloween. 

What are you going to be this year? 

Have a safe halloween!

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Beautiful Hand Embroidered Products by Ellen Tyn


Ellen Tyn is a designer, crafter and an embroider from St. Petersburg, Russia. She and her mother work in collaboration to hand-make beautiful purses, decorations, clothing, and accessories inspired by nature. They use natural colors and motifs such as owls, foxes, bear amid florals.

Ellen also loves photography, she takes pictures of her work in forest surrounded by colorful autumn leaves, wild flowers, and frost that bring her woodland creatures to life! Her pieces have the fairy-tale feel which has gained her a huge fan base on Instagram. Her pieces get sold out in matter of a few hours after they are listed. For new pieces, make sure you watch her online store Foxy Chest.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Hairy Creatures That You Would Want To Squeeze

These hairy creatures are the most adorable thing I have ever seen! Peppa Potter is an illustrator who draws spooky characters that are so adorably fluffy that you would want to take them home and love them! Take a look at all of them on Instagram.