Doodles by Daniel Rossi
“Doodling is liberating and frees the mind,” thinks the Netherlands based designer Daniel Rossi. He has started doodling as a little experiment and thinks this exploration would lead to an entire wall full of doodles.
I see a hint of art! (As I very well know how ugly my inadvertently drawn doodles turn out!)
Daniel Rossi dabbles in graphic designing & illustration and approaches his furniture & interior space designing with a hint of story telling, fantasy and patterns.
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Felted wool, mixed media
Artist: Jenne Giles
Playing with unexpected matrials is Jenne Giles’ forte.
She is known especially for her wearable art and sculptured textiles in wool. Creative process of Jenne Giles’ felt paintings is as inviting as colours of her creations!
“Felt-making is an almost-alchemical process with a will of its own,” says the artist.
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Flower girls/Blossom buddies by Elsa Mora
This flower girls and blossom buddies are creation of extreme delicate sensitivity! Multimedia artist Elsa Mora‘s creations transport me to a magical, beautiful world where lots of things and concepts try to touch me! I am reminded of a child, a fairy, an angel, delicate creatures, amazing beauty, things humane, seek creativity where I already find beauty etc. I find these flowery creatures somewhat serene, out of this world and even think may be turn out as depression busters! I definitely smile!
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Poetry In Pottery Literally!
‘The dream’ jar
By Noelle VanHendrick and Eric Hendrick @ Zpots
Your precious dreams are for keeps!
After Diwali one could say Indian festival season is over but in my heart their is still festivity, some singing left! I want to sing this poems! These poems in ceramic are created by artists Noelle VanHendrick and Eric Hendrick.
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By Illustrator+Designer+Artist: Archan Nair
Indian artist, art director and illustrator Archan Nair has a very big client portfolio, won many awards and recognition and has a heavy web presence. But I would like to ignore all these.
I am a little biased towards self-taught people. Archan Nair is a self-developed artist. What else attracts me towards his art is obvious – colors. Amazing use and blending of colors make his illustrations an inspirational color-mine.
He captures moments and phases and create intricate work. Presenting here few creations from his personal and commercial work.
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From ‘tools’ series
Artist: Pablo Reinoso
Many of us mostly remember Pablo Reinoso because of his spaghetti bench but @ Pablo Reinoso Studio he creates some very functional products and shares his unique art experience. Based in France, born in Argentina Pablo Reinoso is a product designer and communication consultant. Sharing today his art experience: Tools. Dig or climb, inspiration would be purely yours!
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