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Susanna Bauer and the fragile beauty of crocheted leaves sculptures

Despite she works with dry big magnolia leaves’ rigid edges, Susanna Bauer manages to add minuscule cotton crocheted embellishments, thus creating amazing sculptures that link the natural world with the artificial one. The inherent fragility of the material itself, being dry leaves, it’s unusual enough to catch the onlooker attention when you meet these microscopic …

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In anxious anticipation: a series of unsettling suspense moments

Kinfolk Magazine is famous for its minimal editorial articles, showing images that are so polished and organized to evoke a sense of calm when someone is gazing at a pictorial arrangement that is carefully displayed. The magazine new photographic series, called “Adrenaline”, however, is anything other than calming. Kinfolk has chosen artistic director Kyle Bean …

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Jessica Dance: knitted electronics and street style

Jessica Dance, London-based textile artist and prop stylist (whose previous work can be seen here and here), gives to common and daily-used objects another layer of tangibility, transforming electronic apparel and accessories in knitted carbon copies with pure 100% wool yarn. After having previously worked on creating food into fuzzy and squishy replicas, the British …

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Can skin be considered a map? In this case, absolutely yes!

The English artist Mark Powell, inspired in his work by the transcendent creations of Jean Michael Basquiat and the hyperrealism of Chuck Close, is famous for him using Bic Biro pens to create amazing drawings on vintage envelopes, with the most various subjects, from flying birds to portraits. His rat has recently evolved, from envelopes …

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If your dream is to cover yourself in books, we have the solution

Have you ever dreamed of draping yourselves with the pages of your favourite book, like a silk armour? Now you can, with the help of Thailand-based FreshComfy. The company prints the covers and pages of classic books on lightweight chiffon scarves. Books include retro covers for The Great Gatsby, The catcher in the rye, manuscript …

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