British artist, Helen Musselwhite does with a scalpel and paper what our minds do in a deep dream: build layer upon layer until something fantastic and otherworldly has been created. Many of her paper cut artworks are comforting and familiar, like her many forest scenes and portraits of woodland creatures (see next pages), but she’s equally capable of creating eerie or grotesque figures, like with her wonderful series of skulls.
"As a medium for social change, posters record our struggles for peace, social justice, environmental defense, and liberation from oppression."
Artist Catherine Latson makes beautiful nature-inspired art, like this parasol made with vines, sticks and leaves. #art
Laser-cut hand-assembled paper sculpture by Eric Standley. Incredible.
Photo credit: Eric Standley ©
Love this project.
“Industrial design student Paulo Goldstein’s “Repair is Beautiful” project is about fixing boring broken products like lamps, headphones, and chairs with unusual bits of detritus such as string, metal odds-and-sodds, and even bone.” - Repair is Beautiful - paulogoldstein.com via boingboing
"Like most people it is the freedom and accessibility of the Internet that I find very inspiring," INSA wrote to me, "and I like the idea of making artwork for the Internet as it is truly open to all to see and pass on and not kept behind gallery doors or in private collections."
GIF-iti! I’m in love.