The artistry of crafting flowers out of paper has become very popular as of late. They make great decorations for weddings, set design, parties, centerpieces, gift wrapping embellishments, fashion accessories, photo shoots or to simply display as a paper sculpture. There are several really talented ones out there. But the paper flowers created by San Francisco based artist, architect and mother Tiffanie Turner will truly blow your mind. Read more
The enchanting book sculptures by Su Blackwell have been featured commercially and in fine art galleries around the world. Created on various scales, her amazing craft has been used as full sized sets for videos, theater productions and television commercials, window displays and editorials as well as compelling small boxed sculptures, installations and fine art exhibitions. Read more
Artist and Principal Designer Angelyn Pass of Atanta Georgia’s Glak Love has trademarked Celluloidic Artistry™, a process in which she turns exposed film negatives into positively stunning, art, quirky holiday ornaments and jewelry.
An on-hiatus actress, she found herself cutting up old film negatives because, as she says “…I don’t know, maybe it was cathartic.” She became mesmerized by the moments captured on film and was inspired to begin making collages out of them, which resulted in several different items including these lovely and unusual handmade, Christmas ornaments.
Each ornament measures 80mm, has glitter ‘snow’ in the ball and a ribbon attached for hanging.
Shipping Details: Shipped via First Class mail, with shipping times varying by destination. For domestic shipping, please allow up to 1 week for delivery; For International, please allow 2 – 3 weeks for shipping. Orders over 2 ornaments are shipped via Priority Mail. Each ornament comes in its own gift box, ready to give as a present to someone special, including yourself.
Some of my more faithful readers may recall an old post on the toilet paper roll art of Yuken Teruya. Not the only artist to use an empty toilet paper roll as a medium, meet Anastassia Elias. Read more
A look at Berlin based art director/designer/artist Bartek Elsner’s series of paper and cardboard sculptures. Read more
Now living and working in Berlín, Chilean-born Jose Romussi formally studied landscape design when growing up. But over the past few years has gained a significant following for his embroidered photos of dancers; screen prints and collages in which he combines vintage black and white photographs with colorful forms of hand sewing. Read more