I just stumbled across these amazing yarn paintings on Instagram and I fell in luuuurvve. And proper swoony love at that. But I admit, having not spent much time in Mexico, I wasn’t familiar with yarn painting – a Huichol sacred artwork. I had to do a little research to figure out what was going on here. The work at Evoke the Spirit seems to
Just a bunch of random things I’ve found around lately. I don’t feel the need to explain why I like all of these pieces – they are pretty amazing! Would love to hang any and all on my walls. [ Bill Sampson, Forces of Nature ] [ Mark Lovejoy, #0659 ] [ Lisa Madigan, Sublimation ] [ Kristi Kohut, When You Smile ] [ Petra
I came across this one by that great equalizer: Instagram. (Do you find you are attracted to different types of things on various social media channels? I sure do.) I fell in love with the images shown and luckily it turns out there was a much bigger story behind them. Brooklyn-based husband and wife team Charlie Walker and Hitomi Matarese have created a line of
I am completely swooning over the work of Danish artist Kristina Krogh. These gorgeous posters satisfy my love of both organic materials and geometric shapes. I love the color and texture play here. Although seemingly devised of completely natural materials, there seems to be an element of the supernatural here as well. (Or maybe that’s just me – I clearly have Halloween on the brain.
Sorry for the unexpected absence yesterday! My mini-staycation got the better of me. Let’s get back to it with some great art finds. [ Lily Stockman ] [ The Monkeys for Diageo ] [ Rebecca Rofthfus ] [ Nike Schröder ] [ Bruce Ingram ] Need design help? Drop me a line. Check out my Hire Me! page for more details.