Polish artist NeSpoon just made her debut at the Fame Festival 2011 in Grottaglie, Italy. Spending nearly a month in Grottaglie, NeSpoon installed delicate crocheted doilies at the altar of an abandoned monastery, decorated many walls with her signature magnified lace stencil work, and created an enormous number of ceramic lace doily pieces. Awesome!
NeSpoon . . . → Read More: Lace graffiti by NeSpoon left at the Fame Festival 2011
by Erik Marinovich from http://friendsoftype.com/author/erik/
Here’s to those who toil, day in and day out, inside or outside, with others or alone, in the pursuit of economic stability or for fun. Does that include everyone?
Happy Labor Day!
EyeSwoon, editor of Made In Slant
p.s. Thank you for reading my blog! . . . → Read More: Happy Labor Day!
It’s safe to say that artist Miina Akkijyrkka knows and loves cows. On her website, Akkijyrkka has a series of bronze sculptures of cows, drawings of cows, photographs of cows which were used as her models, and lastly this series of colossal sculptures of cows made from old car parts. Trekking around her home country . . . → Read More: Gigantic cows made from upcycled car parts by Miina Akkijyrkka