Creative Outlet

Integral Structures of Nature by Juana Gómez

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Juana Gomez - Embroidered Illustration

It is fascinating how the smallest details, patterns and textures intertwine and repeat in the world around us. Each structure resembles another one. We, ourselves, are a smaller repetition of a bigger picture, just like structures of trees or rivers. Who we are and what we create becomes an integral part of nature, a complex net of patterns. […]

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Handwoven Fibre Jewellery by Lesh

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Lesh Jewellery

Today on the blog we have an opportunity to get an insight into the creative world of a fibre artist and photographer Summer Moore. She creates unique handwoven jewellery pieces in her New York based studio, under the brand name Lesh. Initially Summer’s interest in fibre arts was inspired by antique Andean textiles seen in Peru, later influenced by the […]

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Natural Dyeing with Cara Marie Piazza

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Cara Marie Piazza

You might think that is a weird thing to say, but I just love natural dyes! Maybe it is not so odd if you consider that I am a textile designer, so my mind is always filled with ideas about colours, patterns, textures, materials and, of course, dyes. I am happy to find designers experimenting with alternative ways […]

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Textiles Made by Rain

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Made by Rain

I don’t know about your new year, but mine is starting with some rain. I know that for many of us rainy days are quite slow and sleepy, whenever it is possible we try to avoid getting wet and cold. For that reason I was looking for an inspiration that would embrace the rainy weather. […]

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What Appears Through Disappearance by Seung-Hwan Oh

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Seunghwan-oh

I just discovered something great and had to share it with you all. This time I am admiring some beautiful photographic creations, in particular, a series of photographs called ’Impermanence’ by Seung-Hwan Oh. The collection is inspired by the second law of thermodynamics and explores the ideas of temporal dimension, disappearance and disintegration. ’Impermanence’ is expressed through microbiological practise, where a film […]

Design

Earthy Tones and Textures by AR Ceramics

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AR Ceramics

Ceramic Artist Andrea Roman, working under the name AR Ceramics, makes beautiful and unique hand thrown ceramic pieces, inspired by sand, mud, dirt and soil. The artist takes care to combine different textures in her work, such as the coarseness of a sandy clay with the smooth glazed surfaces. Have a look at Andrea’s website, to […]

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Worshipping Nature with Satsuki Shibuya

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Satsuki Shibuya - Lunareclipse

Now it is the time of the year when we can enjoy the longest hours of sunshine and fill ourselves with high amounts of energy it offers. Just a few days ago we had the Summer Solstice. And tonight in many countries there is a celebration dedicated to this event, a beautiful celebration worshipping Nature. For this reason […]

Interviews & Reviews

Unique Porcelain Pieces by ENDE

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ENDE Ceramics

If you are one of those tea or coffee lovers, you know how great it is to have that beautiful special cup to enjoy your morning drink… So if you are looking for your new favourite cup just have a look at these pretty porcelain creations from ENDE. ENDE is an art studio, based in Wrocław, Poland,  founded […]

Explorer's Guide

Dandelion Chocolate Factory-Cafe, San Francisco

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Dandelion Chocolate, San Francisco

Are you one of those chocolate fans looking for that perfect chocolate bar? I have good news for you. On our trip to San Francisco we found this really interesting and inspiring chocolate factory-café, called Dandelion Chocolate. Here you can see the process of making chocolate and fully appreciate the taste. In Dandelion Chocolate you […]