Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Fabric Bird Sculptures by Abigail Brown


Abigail Brown is a textile artist and an illustrator based in London. She crafts animal and bird sculptures from fabric with great care and love from her beautiful studio in Walthamstow, East London. The sculptures are created with twisting, folding and scrunching the fabric, building layers on layers to craft one-of-a-kind creatures. She painstakingly hand-cuts each tiny feather and sews them one-by-one on the bird shape formed with wire and thread, before adding the final hand-embroidered details. She has made over 100 species of birds till date. 

Her work has been featured in number of publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, Selvedge, Vogue and Elle Decoration. Her creations has been sold in well-renowned brand stores including Liberty -London, Takashimaya - New York, Paul Smith - London and Paris, and Bensimon - Paris. She has worked in collaboration with Anthropologie, The Land of Nod, and Mamas & Papas. 

She conducts workshops that are suitable for beginners and professionals. If you are in the area then check out the schedules and find out more information on her website.

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Mixed Media Collages Influenced by Pop Culture Imagery

Kelly Sullivan is a mixed media artist born in Melbourne. She studied Graphic Arts and gained an Arts Degree from the National Art School in Darlinghurst. Her art is heavily influenced by the surroundings she grew up in, pop culture imagery of the 20th century was an integral part of her family. Her parents met at an Elvis look-a-like competition when they were only 16. 

Her collages are inspired by the pop culture she was exposed to early on in her life and still is encircled by. She uses vintage fabric, decals, and acrylics with hand-cut images of popular personalities from movies and the music world. Her art has been shown at several art fairs, galleries, and group and solo exhibitions. Her work has been featured in magazines and on blogs. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Stephan Brusche Turns Bananas Into Amazing Artwork

Stephan Brusche is an artist who lives with his wife and a dog in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Most of us when we pick up a banana for breakfast, we don't see it more than a source of nourishment. But Stephan finds them as a perfect canvas to create art. He turns them into unique and creative artwork.

He draws on banana with a ballpoint pen and then carefully cuts away the tiny pieces on the peel to reveal the final art. This gives his work more of a 3D feel. He uses toothpick to hold the peels in place and sometimes uses paint.

His clients include Warner Music, TNT Express, Chiquita, One Banana , Fyffes, and more. His work has been published on Bored Panda, Mashable, Martha Stewart, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and USA Today to name a few. He has been nominated for a Shorty Award in the category of Instagrammer of the year. You can join his Instagram account - iSteef to get updates on his new work.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Taylor Prince: An Artist and Illustrator

Taylor Price is an artist currently living in Los Angeles. She graduated from California Institute of the Arts with a BFA in Character Animation in 2014. Her artwork is influenced by her love for animals and nature, drawn in vibrant and rich colors.

She has worked as an art director and designer for "Ask The Storybots", an Emmy award winning Netflix series. She has also illustrated children's books and designed for music videos, web applications, and advertisement companies. You can join over 25k followers of her work on Instagram for updates on new work as well as any announcement for her upcoming event.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Low-poly Style Inspired Paper Sculptures by Boris Klimov


Boris Klimov is an artist and a sculptor from Russia who studied to be an Architector-designer. Later on his life he chose to take a different direction and follow his heart. He has an experience of over 10 years of working with advertising companies. He is currently working as an Art Director in Havas Worldwide Kazakhstan, Almaty.

He has been making sculptures using cardboard since 2013. His ‘low-polygon’ style sculptors are inspired by retro games."I feel thrilled to transfer objects from imagination into real life. The low-poly style represents the world of 3d video games."

He has created sculptures for shopping malls, food serving industry, beauty brands and fashion stores. To learn more about his work you can follow him on Instagram. You can find diy kits to make your own animal heads, masks and sculptures in his online store.