Though Leslie Dorcus is a printmaker by trade,
her human anatomical embroideries are quite extraordinary
via lost at e minor
I love this light installation incorporating individually painted
strands of thread, by Italian artist, Allessandro Lupi,
The fluorescent three dimensional bodies are illuminated
by black light.
via T Magazine
My favorite object at Jean Paul Gaultier’s Brooklyn Museum of
Art exhibition is Nana his teddy bear. When JPG was young, he
was so enamored with his grandmother’s lingerie, especially her
corsets. Obviously this is the precedent for JPG’s cone bra shown
here on Nana made from scrunched up newspaper.
I love this skull chandelier made of swarovski crystals by LA based
artist Kelly Lamb
Jennifer Angus’ dead insect installations are absolutely breathtaking!
The colors are the natural colors of the insects, most come from
Southeast Asia. All the insects in Jennifer’s installations are
recycled for future installations.
images via fast company
British artist, Louise Gardiner, combines free-machine embroidery
and illustration creating the most wonderful, whimsical one of a kind pieces.
Back in 2011 I posted her amazing quilt that was a commission for Liberty’s windows.
Can’t afford a one off piece? Be sure to check out her limited edition prints
I love the look of Patricia Urquiola’s Mangas (sleeves in spanish) poufs and rugs.
These pieces will brighten up and add interest to any room that needs a little
Canadian artist, Ross Bonfanti, creates cuddly teddy bears and
other animals from concrete and toy animal parts. It’s
amazing to me because they look so soft and snuggly!