Posts by Emma Taggart

July 21, 2018

Japanese Artist Crafts Incredibly Realistic Cats Out of Felted Wool

A post shared by 羊毛フェルト🐱わくねこ (@wakuneco) on Jul 19, 2018 at 6:16am PDT The traditional needle felting technique is becoming more and more popular among crafters, with many textile artists using wool’s fuzzy fibers to create charming sculpted creations. One creative to master this craft is Japanese artist Wakuneco, who creates hyper-realistic hand-felted cat faces.

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July 19, 2018

Wood and Resin Cutting Boards Bring the Beauty of the Beach to the Kitchen

Liverpool, England-based artist Kate Chesters creates handmade wooden cutting boards featuring stunning resin art. Inspired by nature, each unique design captures the essence of natural landscapes. From ocean-like blues to cloud-like magenta swirls, Chesters uses a variety of resin hues that beautifully merge together to create vibrant fusions of color and pattern.

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July 17, 2018

The Mesmerizing Art of Cinemagraphs and How to Make Your Own

Artists have existed since the beginning of humankind. From cave drawings and ancient mosaics to traditional handiwork and contemporary crafts, people have continually developed new methods of creatively expressing themselves. With each passing century, though, it becomes more and more difficult to establish an original form of expression. Luckily, there are a few creatives up for the challenge.

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July 15, 2018

Food Artist Creates Edible Worlds Out of Everyday Ingredients

As a child, you might have believed the moon was made of cheese or perhaps dreamt of visiting Willy Wonka’s magical candy world. Although we can’t fly you to the moon or gift you a golden ticket, we can introduce you to the whimsical food art of Carl Warner. The artist uses everyday ingredients to create edible landscapes that look oddly familiar. The series—aptly titled Foodscapes—merges Warner’s boundless imagination with his talent for food photography.

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