Would love a trip to Seattle to attend a chime making workshop at L & G Studio. Love the simple compositions of their handmade chimes. The pieces rotate, reflect sunlight and make delicate chime sounds. Dylan Davis and Jean Lee founded Ladies and Gentlemen Studio in 2010. They write on their website:
“Our simple motto is to always stay curious and never stop playing. We do this by constantly exploring diverse creative avenues and design disciplines. Our open-minded approach allows us to continuously further push our experiences and visions beyond the horizon.”
Images: Courtesy of L & G Studio.
Really liking the die-cut hedgehog pillow sold under the brand, Robin & Mould, as shown above. These screen printed pillows are the creations of UK based designer/makers Christian Mould and Amy Robinson. Love the simple animal graphics showing their Scandinavian and Mid-century influences. You can follow them on their blog as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Their products are available here in their Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Robin & Mould.
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.