Here’s an amazing portrait done entirely by paper quilling! Paper quilling is the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued down. The Russian-born UK artist Yulia Brodskaya says, “After working with paper quilling for over three years, I am at a point where I don’t feel constrained by the technical challenges . . . → Read More: A paper quilled portrait by Yulia Brodskaya
"Cherried" fabric, adhesive mounted to strecher bars 16 x 20, 2011
Los Angeles based artist Alika Cooper has a solo show at the Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco. “Cherried” shows images of mostly women depicted by fabric collaged over stretched canvas. Dramatically sexualized, the figures are compelling to view. Look a little closer, . . . → Read More: “Cherried” by Alika Cooper at the Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco
Wrap your packages with a spinal column, a stand of DNA, or a series of butterflies. The spinal and DNA ones are even printed on transparent tape. Fun!
Click here to see it on Amazon: DNA – Tachion Packing Tape, Spinal Tape – Tachion Packing Tape, Lepidoptera Butterfly Tachion Packing Tape.
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