These geometric shape doodles by Albert Chammillard made me look.
I am in love with our latest Tattly launch, the European Starlings by Nic Miller.
European starlings flock in a strange and beautiful formation called a murmuration. This was artist Nic Annette Miller‘s fascination behind her 2016 “All That I Can Do” installation project, featuring 700 handcrafted woodblock starlings in flight.
I am lucky to call a set of these wooden starlings my own, decorating my living room wall. They make me happy.
I want to gather some friends around the table and make some Collab Kabobs, inspired by Chiaozza.
Hey Los Angeles, don’t miss Lucy Sparrow’s Supermarket, filled with 31,000 felt products. It’s a visual firework! Mad respect for this woman!
I just gasped seeing these collages by Rozenn Le Gall. Absolutely stunning.
This Beetle Puzzle by DOIY is stunning. Comes with a adhesive sheets to stick the puzzle pieces together to frame or display as art at the end.
8×10.co is a new, easy and intuitive way for artists to sell high quality, limited edition art prints, by simply posting to Instagram. No need to set up a separate online store. I am friends with the founders and was able to see sample prints: They are *impressive*! Overall the service is carefully crafted, intuitive and a pleasure to use. But the best part, they handle all of the shipping. Where has this service been all along? See how it works.
This reality hand hook series by Harry Allen is so wonderfully weird. I’d give them a home.
This photo made me laugh. It’s part of an ongoing project titled ‘Discreet Artist’ by Paraskevi Frasiola.
Where was this when I was in art school trying to get a handle of life figure drawing?
Gah! I want to give this rug a home. The motif is based on a 1948 artwork by Spanish Basque artist Eduardo Chillida.