A popular pastime of the Victorian era, flower pressing is a wonderful way to repurpose fresh blooms. Rather than letting your flowers wilt and die, you can keep them looking beautiful for years to come and get creative in the process.
Posts by Arnesia Young
Who knew that snails were so photogenic?
Many aspects of the lives we enjoy today, we owe to the sacrifice and hard work of our forbearers.
At the intersection of machine, technology, and human touch emerges Symbio Vessels, a series of intricate sculptures crafted from laser-cut paper by Ibbini Studio. Based in Abu Dabi, artist Julia Ibbini and computer scientist Stephane Noyer have been collaborating since 2017 to create incredibly detailed artworks. Their meticulous creations combine and contrast algorithmically precise patterns, design, and mechanical methods with the imperfection and organic nature of processes performed by the human hand.
It can be very difficult to capture the intricacies of snowflakes in a photograph.
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, artist and sculptor Regardt Van Der Meulen molds deconstructed—seemingly deteriorating—metal sculptures. His fragmented steel creations, at once firm yet fragile, play with themes of “time, memory, and mortality.” These figures, plagued by decay, are ironic manifestations of the vulnerability and ephemerality of human life.
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Clay is a very versatile medium with no end to its creative possibilities.
The history of leather crafting extends all the way back to prehistoric times—when early man used leather for clothing, shoes, and even shelters. We don’t depend on the smooth and durable material for survival anymore, yet it remains a major commodity to this day. Prized especially for its versatility, leather can be cut, dyed, painted, stamped, or molded to your heart’s content.
Massachusetts-based ceramics and fiber artist Nicole McLaughlin uses her artwork to explore the complexities of her dual heritage.
They say music is a universal language, and it turns out that’s even true for animals.