My #morerainbows! series, which started during the pandemic, was a daily search for connection, hope, wonder and joy in which I embroidered silk rainbows onto found, vintage photographs. I felt the need for all of us to be able to see the rainbows in ourselves, in each other and in our world.
I have been involved in this exciting collaboration with the brand Stanley, where I had to “dress up” one of their products with a collage.
I never did anything like that before, so it was quite a challenge for me. The collab involved filming a commercial as well, so I was not sure if I could make it at first. I can say that despite the fears,
I am very happy that I tried something new, and also pleased with the final result. You can see what I have made on the video above, I hope you enjoy it!
Hi everyone, I just dropped this new product to preorder on my shop!
This is a monthly subscription collage kit with different options to choose from. From the month of October 2021 I will release a paper pack with the topic “Natural World“.
Natural World Collage Kit
The subjects will be animals (portraits, with people, in their natural habitat), plants and flowers (photos and illustrations)
You can select this paper kit only, or the quarterly subscription
Each pack will include 1 roll of mt washi tape (colours differ on each one)
FREE UK standard shipping.
You will get 1 different collage kit each month
The topics for the next months will be Landscapes (natural, rural, city) and Portraits (faces, full body, anatomical)
At checkout the shipping costs will be higher because they will include 3 orders in total
Each pack will include a roll of mt washi tape (colours differ on each one)
FREE UK standard shipping.
In the gallery below I put some of the paper cuts that you will find on each kit. This is a sample gallery, because each pack will contain different papers, but the amount will be always the same. You can preorder yours HERE.
The Icelandic textile artist Ýr Jóhannsdóttir (better known as Ýrúrarí), gives a second chance and life to “forgotten sweaters” in the most creative way.
She creates colourful wearable art, soft sculptures with a story to tell. Her research is also a statement against consumption and the will to educate through art in reusing and recycling old stuff.
This is how she describes her creative research:
Her work is mostly knitted, where fragments of humor, body movements and the everyday meets in wool based, often wearable, objects. For the past years the importance of sustainability has had an impact to Ýrúrarí’s work.
As the previous one, you can see the presentation preview on the video above and if you like it, you can download the complete version clicking here (you will receive a link by email after you make your order).
Elegant, minimalist, surreal – these are the beautiful images by the Chinese independent photographer Ziqian Liu.
All the pics are still life self portraits, where you can see an intricate and balanced interaction between her body and objects of all sorts.
This is how describes her art research: All of her work is a self-portrait. In her work, she combines her body, plants, and mirror images, constantly exploring the balanced state of peaceful coexistence between humans and nature. In terms of visual presentation, she is keen to create quiet images with a sense of rigor and order.
This is the latest series that I am currently working on – is called “Floating Dreamers” and it’s focused on my research on patterns and abstractions.
Floating Dreamers is a series about my constant research on pattern and colour combinations. The title of this body of works is also connected to my fascination for the past, and the necessity to keep it “suspended” in time and space.
I didn’t have time to post all the pieces that I have done, but you can check what is available in my website below. On my Youtube channel I am also posting the work in progress of these pieces, so you can enjoy the process 🙂