Monday, June 18, 2018

Hand-Stitched Dolls Made With Linen, Cotton and Vintage Finds

What better way of starting a new week than amazing work by Lena Bekh. Designer and textile artist Lena has been passionate with the art of making dolls ever since she was a little girl. Her whimsical creatures are one-of-a-kind, hand made with natural cotton and linen. Her heirloom quality dolls are decorated with hand-stitched embellishments, vintage buttons etc. The details like removable flower collars, hats, jackets made with lace and fabric scraps makes here dolls sought after her fans. You can see more of her creations on Instagram.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Quirky Illustrations on Bamboo Plates, Paper Goods and Homeware

I Ended Up Here offers quality and stylish paper products designed by Dan Adams a Sydney-based illustrator. The unique collection features his quirky designs on a range of products including greetings cards, tea towels, art prints and bamboo plates that are eco-friendly and 100% biodegradable. The bold illustrations, geometric shapes and vivid color palette form his signature style. Their products can be found in several countries stocked by renowned retailers to independent boutiques. You can find more of their products on their website.

Have a great weekend!

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Owl Planters and Sculptures by Ceramist Umma Arte

Spain based ceramist Umma Galeria handmakes planters perfect for your succulents, cacti, herbs and small plants. Her ceramics usually have light base which makes the modern designs in contrasting colors stand out. After you visit her online store you can tell that she loves owls! There're about two dozens of items in there that will make an owl lover squeal with excitement! If you have enough pots (no one can have enough pots) then take a look at the sculptures and necklaces in many adorable designs in her online store - Umma Arte.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Unusual Porcelain Dishware That'll Bring Magic To Your Table

Mila Arkhipova hand-sculpts unusual porcelain dishware that seem to be straight out of fairy-tale. Three dimensional owls, elegant bird bowl, bride & groom coffee set, three spouted teapot and other peculiar characters will bring magic into your home. Her pieces are filled with colors and are truly a visual treat for the viewer who will discover many details on a closer examination. The hand-built dishes are suitable for everyday use. To see more of her work go to her online store - Porcelain Dream Shoppe.