Influential craftspeople and brands are wielding the power of Instagram to draw in customers. We select 10 artisan makers capturing consumers’ attention by creating moments of pause in the endless scroll – via hypnotic videos of craft processes and sensorial colour and material combinations. Source: Instagram: 10 Craft InfluencersRead More →

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Polish artist Mat Szulik created this beautiful series of 3D wooden sculptures exploring an intriguing visual narrative. “I had an idea of creating a series of 3 illustrations/posters for my daughters and a baby boy’s bedroom. I knew I wanted to do something in wood as I did in myRead More →

In a charming sendup of the current camper van resurgence, Marcus Williams and Sj Stone of the Nashville-based design studio One Man, One Garage have created a set of vintage camper birdhouse kits that are the perfect backyard outpost for a family of birds. Source: Retro Birdhouse Camper Kit MakesRead More →

How’s your DIY fall home decor coming along? Have you made some progress or are you out of ideas? We’ve already presented you with plenty of creative DIY ideas to decorate your home for fall but hey, there’s nothing wrong with having some more ideas on the table right? Source:Read More →

We LOVE the personal design study of 3D artist Jonathan Lindgren done using primitive shapes, clay and sculptures inspired by nature. (…) Read More about Jonathan Lindgren’s BotaniClay 3D Sculptures (14 words) GRAPHIC DESIGN | Permalink | No comment | The post Jonathan Lindgren’s BotaniClay 3D Sculptures appeared first onRead More →

This post contains some affiliate links. If you make a purchase, Brown Paper Bag may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more here . Embroiderer Mirtle Makes creates little friends you can hold in the palm of your hand. The plush talisman are of mostly ordinary folks who offer crafty companionship.Read More →

The artist Livia Cetti’s studio, located in an early 20th-century farmhouse in Riverdale, N.Y., abounds with flowers: fiery orange marigolds, pillowy pink floribunda roses, candy-striped amaryllis and vivid fuchsia-flecked orchids. Source: Watch This Artist Turn a Copy of The New York Times Into a Giant FlowerRead More →

Its fame was hugely amplified by a star appearance in the 1967 Hollywood film The Graduate, with Dustin Hoffman, but it didn’t need such publicity for success. Its basic excellence and loss-making Alfa Romeo’s inability to replace it caused it to live on for 27 years, in an increasingly adulteratedRead More →

If you’ve been reading Stitch*illo , you’ve likely been enthralled with Karen BarbĂ© ‘s work. Located in Santiago, Chile, Karen’s skills as a textile artist (and designer and photographer) are impressive. I was so thrilled when she agreed to be part of Stitch*illo. Source: Karen BarbĂ©: Colour Confident StitchingRead More →

I know, I know. You are expecting Christmas content right about now. If you have been around for long you know I’m a bit of a naughty blogger. I don’t do holidays before I’m ready. And while I’ll have plenty of Christmas goodies when the time comes, I’m more inRead More →

Editor’s note: While we were preparing this article, Jane interviewed herself just for fun and we liked it, so here it is. Since then, she has been invited to show her macramĂ© periodic table at several 2019 events celebrating the 1869 publication of Dmitri Mendeleev’s periodic table of the elements,Read More →

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Hello Color Throwdown fans! It’s Lisa Henke here with you this week with our new color challenge, CTD426. I have gone with a combo of Grey, Red, and Kraft. I just love the rustic feel of these colors in the inspiration photo, it’s perfect for these winery days of January.Read More →