Monday, November 19, 2018

Teapots, Trays and Ceramics with Bird Motifs by I Like Birds















Stuart Cox is the founder and creator of the brand I Like Birds based in UK. He grew up in a family of birdwatchers and spent his childhood watching birds in a suburban garden which became his inspiration in starting his own company. The brand specializes in textile goods, ceramics and paper goods all with bold yet simple illustration of birds. 

The collection offers hardback journal, notepads, gift wraps, address book, notecards, family planner, calendars, mugs, plates, pitchers, trays and teapots adorned with owls, puffins, swallows, blue tits, and oyster catchers designs. You can find the entire range of the products here and here.

Friday, November 16, 2018

Happy Friday! + Holiday Cards






Happy Friday, friends! I hope you had a good time at the blog the past week. It was fun for me to find all those seasonal owl finds and sharing them with you here. 

Last year, many of you contacted me requesting to make holiday cards round-up earlier than I usually do. Because I remembered that, I have started to make a post consolidating all my favorite cards to do a round-up. I'll be back with that very soon! For today, let me introduce to you these two wonderful artists' work that are so amazing that I couldn't wait to share! The cards above by Sue Reeves of Artsuzan depicting woodland creatures embellished with glitter detail and gold embossing make them a perfect choice to send holiday greetings. The limited edition cards below by Eemaan feature whimsical creatures based on the original watercolor paintings in festive color scheme will make the recipient cherish them through the holidays!





Thursday, November 15, 2018

Stunning Paper Patterns by The Makerie













 

Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft are a talented duo behind The Makerie a design studio headquartered in New York. They specialize in creating intricate paper sculptures using rare and fine paper. The studio designs and creates showpieces for window installations for internationally known brands, advertising, editorials and private collectors. It's awe inspiring the amount of passion and patience that went into creating beautiful three dimensional repeated paper patterns.

They have participated in several exhibitions and given talk shows in the US as well as UK. They have won YCN Illustration Award NY, UK and IPA Effectiveness Award Silver for their work. Their impressive client list include British Airways, Dior, Estée Lauder, The Guardian, Gucci, John Lewis, Kate Spade NY, Nike, Omega, Prada, and Victoria's Secret to name a few. You can find more of their work on their website and Behance.

Bedding, Bags and Tableware in Holiday Owls Motif by Vera Bradley








  



Vera Bradley's latest holiday collection is "owl" about festive patterns. The brand is known for its fresh and whimsical designs that adorn bags, fragrance, luggage, and accessories for women once again presents us with loads of products just in time for holidays.

Their recently released collection featuring holiday owls offers several products such as bags, ceramics,  glassware, stationery, accessories, footwear, and bedding that would be perfect to spread festive vibes around the house. The products are available on their website and here.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Nature Inspired Sculptures and Installations by David Wiseman





  












Wiseman Studio is a collaboration between one of the American's leading designers David and his brother Ari Wiseman. The brand specializes in unique sculptural objects and intricate installations made with an exquisite combination of bronze and porcelain that gives his work a beautiful balance of strength and delicacy.

David often incorporates a blossoming tree branch, a succulent flower, a seedpod, and a perching owl in furniture, lighting, sculptures and canopy installations. He once crafted an installation for Christian Dior's flagship store in Shanghai for which he sculpted 500 porcelain lily of the valley blossoms that adorned a metal vine. "My goal in creating work was always to bring nature indoors."

His work is in permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, RISD Museum, and the Corning Museum of Glass.