Claycessories – Enchanting beauty of Polymer Clay Jewelry

We all like jewelry. It might be that special piece that your grandmother left you, or first gift that you bought for your girlfriend. You can have it big and flashy or small and inconspicuous. Variety of materials and designs makes this wearable art irresistible. Janna Baranovska, aka Claycessories, is talented British artist that creates unique polymer clay ...

Realistic Paper Bird Postage Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera, Colombian artist and designer, is a true bird lover. Her fascination with our feathery friends follows her since the earliest age. She started working on her bird inspired art, discovering use of ordinary materials in the production of her work. Soon paper, cardboard, plastic, and wire became her primary media. Her latest two series Bird Postage ...

Minimalism at its best – Mini Metro Maps by Peter Dovak

Not all of you might like public transportation, but no one can deny that evolution of transit plays a great role in shaping the city landscapes. Peter Dovak, designer from Washington, DC, and a lifelong transit nerd started an ongoing series of tiny diagrams of metro maps. This fascinating assortment of reducted minimalist maps contains over 200 light rail and metro ...

Heng Balance Lamp – Interactive way to brighten up your room!

Are you bored by the traditional way to switch a lamp on or off? Are you looking for an innovative desk lamp that still functions like it is supposed to? Seeking a novel way to redesign a light switch while simultaneously retaining a functional and aesthetically pleasing object was the design challenge. Inventive solution was the Heng ...

Eye-catching Flower Decorations invigorating Public Monuments in Brussels

Imagine taking a walk in the park and suddenly seeing strange statues with their hair and beard made entirely out of flowers. That's weird?! You don't remember witnessing these statues here before, yet they look so old. Could it be true? You haven't noticed them for so long! In case you were wondering, Geoffroy Mottart is talented ...

Whimsical Paper Cut Botanical Studies by Niege Borges

Niege Borges is graphic designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil, currently residing in Brooklyn. You might know about her for her amazing infographic designs. However, when your eyes become sore from the screen you might want to direct your creativity towards more traditional approach. That is exactly what young and talented Niege did. Old school botanical posters and ...

Sky Villages, Interactive Installation designed by James Paulius

To infinity and beyond! Art inspired development of human kind since the day one. Tiny glimpse in to the future artists have today are a great source of inspiration for technological development tomorrow. Brooklyn-based designer James Paulius, created unique, interactive installation called Sky Villages. This marvelous piece of art is located at the SPARK Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Interactive play center area ...

Whimsical Clay Animals by Dayna Corbitt Taking Over the Internet!

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Dayna Corbitt, Olympia, Wa based artist, creates whimsical handmade objects of art. Not so long ago she quit her day job to make beautiful little clay animals full time. She created an online shop on Etsy, WhimsyCalling, where she regularly posts all of her latest creations. These super cute miniature sculptures will captivate you at the first glance. Clay is Dayna's main medium, but she also took ...

A picture worth a thousand notes – Creative Music Sheets by People Too!

Have you ever visualized a song? In my mind it looks very abstract. But for super creative illustrative duo from Novosibirsk, Russia this was an interesting challenge. Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich, better known as People Too, created intricate, vivid illustrations on top of the old music sheets. The colorful artwork displays both urban and idyllic, rural landscapes. These illustrations depicting scenes of people ...

Chunky Ructic Steampunk Sculptures that will blow your mind!

Lithuanian based artist Artūras Tamašauskas creates meticulous steampunk sculptures. By repurposing old, and unused devices and parts he brings army of beings to life with his ingenuity. These creatures are whimsical, but at the same time graceful and opulent in their own way. From hilarious animals, to coffee making robots, cars made out of old radio, and stunning looking UFO's Artūras ...