|Topologies by Anna Wilson |
Using traditional textile techniques with laces, thread, needles. making these tiny materials look like a group of lively aquatic plants, really stunning.
|Storm Scene from King Lear by Edward Gordon Craig|
Using concise and powerful lines to make a dramatical composition. Strong image.
|L'Air by George Barbier|
Comparing with Gordon Craig's work, these two illustrations both describe a windy scene, the Barbier one is more humorous and trendy with soft colour and delicate lines.
|How to Drink (book cover) by Sarah Carr|
Very clever design that makes words becoming a relevant image, also humorous one .
|Chip & Fishs by Page Tsou 鄒駿昇|
With exquisite detail, describing a London common life.
|Framed by Stuart Haygarth|
Just love its colour stripes, walking in the rainbow!
|Sculpture made of second-hand clothing by Derick Melander|
This one might be the softest sculpture in the world, and the way of its colour changes is fascinating.
|Grisaille panel with female head|
This stained glass was made in 1240 A.D, almost 800 yeas ago. it remains me some high fashion handkerchief design. By the way, it has my two favourite colour - black and yellow.
|Book craving by Brian Dettmer|
Book is not a book any more, no need to open it to read. It shows there are many possibilities to creative, thousands ways and aspects to see the world and objects around you.
|"History of art" poster by unknown (if you know, please tell me) |
easy understanding, funny poster.