Ben James, a 3D generalist based in Louisville, KY, creates his elaborate laser cut wood designs using an unique layering method. Using Autocad to design the patterns, he creates a base design and uses an expanding/banding technique to
Cascading over four stories and through glass, “Fall” is a large scale art installation created by artist Crystal Wagner (previously) The 60 feet tall piece, which is currently on display at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Crochet-artist extraordinaire Olek visually transformed one of the 184 homeless shelters which dot the Indian capital city of New Delhi, to raise awareness about the lives of the desperate people who live in them.
Covering the entire 40 feet long and 8 feet high structure with crocheted yarn was a
Portland, Oregon-based artist and illustrator Ryan Berkley’s “Cinematic Fauna” series features five memorable critters from some of our favorite films and TV shows. Each 8” x 10” limited edition art print is priced at $20, and is limited to a run of only 50 each. All the prints come signed
This artwork depicting one of the most iconic scenes from Star Wars is part of the “Greatest Moments in Film History,” a brand new series of limited edition arts prints by artist Max Dalton.
The affordable, fine art giclee 8” x 10” prints are on sale in an open-edition format, which
While traveling through Amsterdam, the editor of Arthurious, a New York-based design journal and studio, was fascinated by how obsessed the city’s residents were with their door numbers. Mostly made by hand, these calligraphed numbers are often carved in stone or wood,
The pages in the Moleskine diaries of London/Hong Kong-based illustrator Fran Giffard are unlike those owned by most people. Sure, they may contain the occasional jottings, recipes and even travel plans to lush, tropical locations - but these are something quite special. Giffard fills the blank spaces around her entries
Miami-based artist Ivette Cabrera addresses issues of identity and female empowerment with her stunning illustrations. Talking about her works, the artist expounds that in many cultures, the only way a woman can have power and importance is when she is born into
Sculptor Kevin Titzer (previously featured here and here) was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana, but moved to Quebec, Canada a few years ago. Though his works have been exhibited numerous times in the United States and Canada, ‘Hinterland’ – his ongoing
Jota Erre Coto, a graphic designer from Madrid, Spain, sent in some of the fantastic typography he created for the ‘36 Days of Type’ project. 36days was a project curated by