Typewriter Bird Jeremy Mayer

Jeremy Mayer is taking unconventional material sculpture to new levels. Mayer builds large, intricate sculptures entirely out of typewriter parts, without gluing, soldering, welding, or adding things not found in typewriters. It might sound simple, but there’s nothing simple about …

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AnthroFave on Pinterest

Anthropologie is one of the most talked about stores in the DIY community. And in case you’re still wondering why, check out the AnthroFave board on Pinterest. AnthroFave is part of the official Anthropologie boards, but its curated by …

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Sally England Macrame

Crafts have serious history, just like people. And just like people, sometimes it’d be nice to forget what that craft looked like back in the seventies. Like Macramé. The words brings up memories of those thin booklets from the seventies …

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ordinary-behavior-object-2

Ready for your weekly dose of craft meets art inspiration? Check out Kevin LCK’s amazing series of cardboard sculptures called Ordinary Behavior. Each one takes the form of an electronic device used in everyday life and builds a tiny …

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10 things I learned from starting a business

I know I’ve featured some of Andreea Ayers’s articles from Launch Grow Joy before, but I thought this one was particularly applicable to indie crafters. The list features 10 things that Andreea learned when launching her newest venture, Soaps to …

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Caroline Slotte Landscape Multiple

I’ve seen dioramas made out of several unusual materials, but Finnish artist Caroline Slotte has taken it to a whole new level. Her series, Landscape Multiple, uses second hand dishes to create the dimensional images, carefully cutting out different elements …

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brazillian tree frog quilled

Natasha Molatkova is taking quilling to new places. The Russian born artist uses cardstock instead of traditional quilling paper and gluing the entire edge for precision. Her works have transcended the normal markets for quilled artwork, appearing on the covers …

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Romio and Juliet Kim Joon

Not all indie crafters work in the real world. Kim Joon creates beautiful porcelain pieces–in the digital world. Using 3D software, he overlays the patterns and creates forms that look exactly like sculptures, each one delicate and fragile, almost too …

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Vintage Clothing and Costume Board

Pinterest has become an endless ocean of images. And while there are ever increasing numbers of wonderful boards and fabulous pins, it can be hard to navigate them to find what you need. So from now on, I’ll be sharing …

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Sharknado Tote

If you missed the epic Syfy masterpiece that was Sharknado, then you really missed something special. In the film, Los Angeles finds itself under attack from a one of kind problem–massive water spouts carrying sharks of all shapes and varieties. …

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Phoenix Francene Levinson

Chinese 3D modular origami is a must see for any fans of paper sculpture or origami. Unlike traditional Japanese origami, modular or block folding origami is created out of lots of little folded triangles, stacked together like Legos to create …

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Paul Villinski Rise

If you’re not familiar with the stunning work of Paul Villinski, take a moment an stroll though this online gallery. Paul Villinski uses recycled and found materials like lost gloves and discarded beer cans to create pieces that …

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Rooms of Mysterie GSR

Speaking of dolls, check out the amazing art dolls by Gerda Shaarman-Rijsdijk (GSR for short). This one, called Rooms of Mysterie has been making the rounds on Pinterest without a link to more information about the doll or artist, so …

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Closet Peter Callesen

Peter Callesen doesn’t just cut paper, he sculpts it. By combining the ideas and practices behind both paper cutting and paper assemblages, he creates one of a kind art pieces that reflect on deep or not so  deep subjects. Mortality …

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Bough House Rob Heard

I admit, I’ve always been fascinated by miniatures and dollhouses. But I would challenge anyone to not be fascinated by Rob Heard‘s Bough Houses. Each one is an intricate sculpture, an imaginary landscape crafted in wood. The scale of …

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