Coral reefs are one of the world's most wondrous ecosystems, but they are perishing because of climate change. Through rising ocean temperatures and the stress of an altered environment, the coral turns from colorful to white in a process called coral bleaching. Artist Rogan Brown uses the delicate beauty of cut paper to convey this troubled state, specifically through series titled Ghost Coral and Coral Garden.
Paper is an incredibly delicate medium, but British artist Pippa Dyrlaga isn’t fazed by potential rips and tears.
Landscapes comprise myriad colors and textures, and art helps to showcase their innate beauty.
Do you know someone that loves to knit? Whether your favorite knitter loves to make hats, mittens, scarves, sweaters, or blankets, you're sure to see the familiar site of yarn strewn about. To make the knitter in your life feel special, why not give them a gift that pays homage to their favorite craft?
Soap is a house essential that keeps us clean and smelling good.
Spooky season is well and truly upon us.
The rise of widespread industrialization in Europe during the middle of the 18th and the beginning of the early 19th centuries brought massive change to how goods were produced. Since that time, many traditional trades, crafts, and customs have fallen by the wayside. In an effort to preserve some of those lost traditions, Spanish director and producer Eugenio Monesma Moliner has spent more than 40 years making ethnographic documentaries on the traditions and customs of Spain.
Spanish artist Laura Dalla Vecchia knows that you don't need precious materials to make amazing works of art.
You might associate crochet with handmade textile hats and tea cozies, but the age-old technique can be used to create...
Whether you're an expert crafter looking to take your work to another level or just starting to make your own handicrafts, there's nothing more satisfying than producing something with your hands. Maybe knitting is your thing? Or perhaps you enjoy wood burning as a way to express your creativity?
Are you familiar with macramé?
Swapping starch for stitches, crafter Normalynn Ablao (aka Copacetic Crocheter) crochets foods typically rich in carbs.