India-based artist Parth Kothekar challenges the abilities of his precision knife in his amazing paper art. He cuts intricate, lace-like designs from one sheet of paper until the entire surface is perforated with tiny geometric holes. In doing so, he mimics the ornate patterns of insect and butterfly wings. “I used to work with stencils to create large graffiti artworks.
Woodworker Trương Văn Đạo is one of those parents that goes the extra mile for his son.
Whether they're digging through the dirt or rolling through the grass, you can't help but be charmed by the purity...
All it takes is a needle and some thread to make something unexpectedly beautiful. Self-taught artist Rachel Crisp uses her embroidery practice (Blue Sun Threads) to make discoveries of ancient creatures that roamed the Earth thousands of years ago. Each of her embroidery hoops features a pristine dinosaur fossil nestled in a mossy landscape. Based in North Carolina, Crisp finds ideas for her unique pieces by taking a look at her own environment.
Self-taught fiber artist João Bruno Videira explores the innumerable creative possibilities of woolen yarn in his creative practice.
Textile artists from around the world have created charming sculptures that look like real snack foods and sodas, different species...
Artist Pi Williams works across disciplines to create art that celebrates the natural world. Based in New South Wales, Australia, she looks to her surrounding coastal environment as inspiration for her textile pieces. The works on stretched fabric feature punch needle embroidery, appliqué, and stitching with yarn to produce abstract pieces that mimic florals, leaves, and other organic shapes.
Erin Essiambre of Salt Water Stitches combines the delicate and ornate art of hand embroidery with the whimsical charm of...
Scottish fiber artist Jo Hamilton is pushing the boundaries of crochet with her subversive “crochet paintings.
Vietnam-based artist Phuong Nguyen (of The Wooden Model Design) creates intricate wooden models that are rendered to scale. Crafting everything from classic cars to vintage wooden cameras, their designs even incorporate the most minute of details. In fact, their replicas are so exact that some of their camera models have moving parts and can even take interchangeable lenses. Anyone who’s into photography and cameras will be absolutely enthralled with the expert craftsmanship of these pieces.
It seems like everyone took up some kind of new hobby during lockdown.