One of the exquisite cut paper sculptures by Tiffany Miller Russell that celebrate the unique wonders of the natural world. Shop originals and prints: www.wildlifeinpaper.com or visit www.etsy.com/shop/WildlifeInPaper for her Etsy shop.
The publication Textile Artist has conducted an interview with artist Amanda J Clayton whose work are explorations, experiments and decisions with cloth and thread that is intimate and intensely personal. This interview gives insight into the artist’s work and inspiration, … Continued
Heath Nash is well-known for his work created from plastic. A simple and quick Ecosia search turns up this incredible page of images: He’s also been involved by an incredible project that spans and connects the distances between Zambia and … Continued
Magda van der Vloed is an artists who shows that art is about creativity, social connection and passion without limiting yourself. These three things are closely connected and is shown throughout her artwork and actions. Summarizing Magda van … Continued
Using fungus for furniture is not necessarily a new concept. Fungi have been used in furniture art before. For example Eric Klarenbeek, a designer, has created a rather artistic fungus chair. He used a 3D printer to create a chair … Continued
“Social Network” Bridgette Guerzon Mills woven and crocheted installation “This is my second year installing artwork for Lake Roland’s Art on the Trail exhibit. I have two pieces along the Red Trail. This fiber art piece is called “Social Network” … Continued
This is the third post in a three-part feature about the Greenpop Zambia Festival of Action, by Matthew Koehorst (read the introduction | read about the community planting days & environmental education) Natural Building: Zambia has a long history of … Continued
Today I’d like to highlight a business or initiative that I’ve known about for quite a while. Their work is inspiring and important, and very much in line with everything I support and believe! UPCYCLE creates corporate gifts … Continued