Wednesday, April 18, 2018

3D Felt Birds Art by Linda Brike















Linda Brike is a self-taught artist who has been exploring needle felting technique for more than 10 years. She creates realistic 3D bird portraits with amazing attention to detail and immense patience. For example: The parrot (on the top) is surrounded with uncountable teeny-tiny french knots as seeds. The artist likes to observe the behavior of her birds in their natural environment and learn about their eating habits. "I did quite a lot of interesting research on Lovebirds in the wild, their living and eating habits before choosing millet seeds ." To see more of her birds and the commission work she has done in the past go to her Instagram.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Mechanical Pencil drawings by Japanese Illustrator Naoya Hata





Naoya Hata is a Japanese Illustrator who was born in 1981 in Hyogo, Japan. He graduated from Osaka University of Arts, Department of Architecture. He has been drawing illustrations using mechanical pencil since 2011. If you take a closer look you can see so many intricate patterns in his pieces. He has won several awards for his work and has shown his work in both solo and group exhibitions. Currently, he is a member of Tokyo Illustrators Society.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Watercolored Pillows Suitable for Kids and Grown-ups






An artist and an illustrator Lindsey Case is based out of Asheville, NC. She creates cards, pins, banners, prints and pillows based on her original illustrations. The series of her pillows reflect her love for animals that are hand-painted in bold watercolors before printed on soft, organic fabric. The pillows are about 17 inches wide and 15 inches tall, a perfect size for your favorite chair or a child's room.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Black and White Ceramics by Jennifer Falter



















Jennifer Falter is a ceramic artist and the owner of Springfield Pottery Center in Missouri a community clay center to teach classes and for exhibitions. She earned her BFA in ceramics from Missouri State University in 1996. She works on pure white porcelain as her canvas and black slip. To reveal the final imagery she carefully carves away the black slip with sgraffito, this technique leaves behind a lovely texture. Each piece is hand-thrown and bisqued making them ideal to be used everyday. "I strive to make pots that others will enjoy using in their daily lives." The artist's work can be found in several galleries throughout the region and in private collections. You can view more of her ceramic ware here

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Doodles Created With Shadows of Everyday Objects























Vincent Bal is a shadowologist and filmmaker from Antwerp, Belgium. He creates whimsical doodles with the shadows of everyday objects that are placed in the sunlight. There is an out-of-the-box element along with the clever humor in his work. The shadow of an apple core turns into an owl perched on a branch or an ordinary looking pair of scissors turn into a cowboy in middle of a desert. His doodles are available as prints in limited prints that come signed by the artist in his online store.