Stuttgart-based designer Wolfram Kampffmeyer creates DIY geometric paper sculpture kits under the name Paperwolf. The super cool designs range from taxidermy trophies to standalone animals that come flat-packed with detailed instructions on how to fold and assemble yourself. Imogen McGill To see tons of additional designs click here to visit his Etsy store.
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Up in our Artist spotlight column this week is California-based artist, Irena Orlov. Discovered via online creative platform, Etsy, this artist creates the most intriguing wall hangings we’ve ever seen. Irena Orlov, innovative, contemporary fine artist, architect, designer, illustrator and photographer is known for creating captivating works which are bursting with energy. Extraordinary versatile in her mediums,
The last couple years have seen Marko Stout go from emerging artist to the hottest in New York. The recent years has acceptance of the artist by the traditional art world, galleries and dealers, along with growing media buzz which continues to gain the attention of numerous collectors with his works selling for rapidly increasing amounts. The past couple
This summer sees the opening of the Natural History Museum’s forthcoming exhibition Colour and Vision, an exciting journey uncovering how colour and vision have filled the natural world with vibrant palette of hues. Three Etsy sellers were given an exclusive first look at the exhibition. Each maker was then invited to create a one-of-a-kind, bespoke
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An exhibition exploring adaptability in fashion by design innovators including: Maria Blaisse, Hussein Chalayan, Ying Gao, Grado Zero Espace, Eunjeong Jeon, Mason Jung, Michiko Koshino, Massimo Osti, Maharishi, Lucy McRae, Issey Miyake, NikeLab x Sacai, Chen Peng and THE UNSEEN.
One of the most important choreographers of our time, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has created a three day exhibition in the form of a live dance work, to be performed in the Turbine Hall at the heart of the new Tate Modern. Exploring how choreography can take on the role of an exhibition, this continuous
The first in a series of talks by FUTURE ARTEFACTS, where you will look at the way that architecture and the products you use will be affected once we can live inside virtual worlds.
From Baghdad to Bengal, St Paul’s Cathedral to the Imperial War Museum, the importance of Gerry Judah’s artwork should not be underestimated.
Whilst searching for a fresh alternative to traditional gallery canvases, artist Marguerite Bartherotte turned her hands to fashion. Reworking garments into hand painted work of art. G.KERO is the result of Marguerite Bartherotte’s vision to transform high quality fabrics into technicoloured statement pieces. Original creations that blur the borders between art and fashion, G.KERO is