You have to look really closely to appreciate these amazing intricate work of art by Sydney-based paper artist, Gunjan Aylawadi. She hand cuts strips of paper and individually rolls them to create these extraordinary textural work. She writes on her website:
“What I enjoy most about making my work is the experience people have when they look at it. They stop for a moment to have a closer look and the moment turns into long minutes of being fascinated by the beauty a simple medium like paper can add to the work in front of their eyes.”
Images: Courtesy of Gunjan Aylawadi.
Found these hand embroidered accessories on Japanese handmade market site, Iichi. Doesn’t indicate the name of the artist but her products are sold under the brand name, a.m. Really impressed by the embroidered details. You can follow her on her blog and see her items for sale here on Iichi.
Images: Courtesy of a.m.
If you find that your ordered meal is taking a little long to serve, you may want to create sugar cube sculptures while you wait. Obviously that isn’t the case for Irish sculptor, Brendan Jamison. In 2010 he was commissioned to build sugar cube scale models of the Tate Modern and NEO Bankside for the London Festival of Architecture and has since become world renowned for these sculptures. You can see more of his work on his website and you can follow him here on Twitter and here on Facebook.
Images: Courtesy of Brendan Jamison.