Category: Craft

Colour Quilled Photography by Sabeena Karnik

Mumbai-based artist and “paper typographer” Sabeena Karnik produces staggering letterforms using quilled paper. Her fresh and rakish approach depends on exact geometry and splendidly slice pieces of paper to deliver logos, book covers, and different publication designs. Karnik offers her work consistently on Instagram and she at times offers unique pieces in her shop.

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Duo Artists Zim and Zou for Hermes

Papercraft pair Zim and Zou are back at it with one of their most self important establishments yet for Hermès in Dubai. Every piece is a smaller than normal paper town populated with minor characters, one revolved around towers of growths, the other based around blossoming lotus blooms. Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, the names […]

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duffy london Creates an Ocean Cross-Section Table

  Duffy London as of late extended its gathering of sea land cross-area roused tables, with the ‘chasm skyline’ table. Taking a year to create through experimentation with etched glass, plexiglass and wood, the table shows clear blue shades with its cross-area reproducing the profound and dramatic layers of the ocean. With just 25 tables […]

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Odawara – Hikiyose

The Odawara region of Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture is known for its age-old carpentry conventions, to a great extent because of the locale’s rich lush territories and wide spans of open space, that leave trees a lot of space to spread profound roots. In the heart of the backwoods sits the Kii place of worship, where […]

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Stretched and Contorted Porcelain Face Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

  Extending the properties of porcelain dirt to the maximum, craftsman Johnson Tsang, distorts the characteristics of his unknown figures into elastic. The clever works transform facial components and body parts, now and again packing the characters of different people into a solitary being. These new pieces from his “Clear Dreams” arrangement were as of […]

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This Floating Cloud Doubles as a Bluetooth Speaker and a Light

  Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev have joined forces in continuation of 2014′s Smart Cloud venture, now introducing Making Weather. The joint effort is as yet progressing, yet the primary Floating Cloud model has as of late been disclosed. The item is a moderate sized cloud that buoys over an intelligent oval base. On account […]

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NeSpoon Creates New Lace Street Art with Ceramic, Textile, and Spray Paint by NeSpoon

  Polish artist NeSpoon (previously here and here) focuses on lace motifs that cover the walls, streets, and public parks found in urban environments. The lace works are either painted directly onto the surface or formed from clay, each handmade by herself or the traditional folk artists with whom she works. “In lace there is an […]

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Netflix x Bitoy: Narcos Toy Project

  After releasing a well-received set of “The Bitoy” last year, Taipei-based design-driven film and animation studio, Bito, is excited to announce their new cooperation with high-profile series on Netflix, Narcos. Alone with the new series premiered last Friday, Netflix launched the campaign which Pablo Escobar escapes from DEA to Taiwan and digs deeper into […]

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Animalistic Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Spring Up Around the Globe

  Instead of contemplating a series of sketches or attempting to envision how an artwork will come together, Portuguese artist Bordalo II begins each of his animal sculptures in a grimy hunt for raw materials in junk yards or abandoned factories. Car bumpers, tires, door panels, mountains of malleable plastic bumpers, and even entire vehicles […]

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Misshapen Glass Vases by Studio E.O Appear to Melt Atop Angular Stone Platforms.

  Indefinite Vases is a recent project by multidisciplinary design practice Studio E.O based in Stockholm. Working with handblown glass and cut stone, traditional vase forms are melted and cooled around sharp edges to create place-specific vessels. From their project statement: The project is an exploration of the relationship between geometric and organic forms – […]

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