New Glitched Sculptures of Women Chiseled from Wood by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki (previously) produces figurative sculptures with varying abnormalities and glitches, doubling the eyes on some works, while multiplying the heads on others to convey an impressive array of human emotion. Each piece, with sizes ranging from life-size to miniature, is first sketched directly onto a large section of camphor wood and then chiseled […]

Art with a BANG!

Artist ‘paints’ using gunpowder, finishes his works by setting them on fire – Danny Shervin first learned about gunpowder art in college and now the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based artist has fun lighting canvasses on fire. Shervin spends hours putting together his designs before setting them ablaze. Inspiration behind his wildlife “paintings” comes from the Grand Tetons, […]

Stages

George Stoyanov creates an exploration of different conceptual and design stages. Simple geometric forms, colors and textures are all combined into one concept to achieve good visual communication. The project is focused on real-world objects in a digital environment like leaves in a digital surrounding.  

Illustrations you wooden believe

American designer and printmaker, Luke O’Sullivan, has created a series of extraordinary miniature cities from illustrations and wood carvings. Luke describes his works as “the intersection of built environments and subterranean systems.” Through the application of screen-printed drawings on wood, metal, and other flat surfaces he creates architecturally based sculptures. Luke says he draws inspiration from dystopian […]

OAK Wine

Happy Monday, everyone! Here’s a late afternoon post to ease you into some cosy winter winer drinking – an inspired pack design concept by Spanish design studio Grantipo and ad agency La Despensa. The eventual plan involves crafting the bottles from the barrels in which the wine was fermented – the designers are still consulting with winemakers to […]

Wooden Textiles by Elisa Strozyk

German designer Elisa Strozyk‘s playfull exploration between rigidity and flexibility has resulted in something quite remarkable. Her three-dimensional work is created by glueing laser cut pieces of scrap wood onto a flexible/fabric base. I am in love. (via Fubiz)

Dieu Tan- Renaissance man

Dieu Tan is a photographer based in Sydney, well known for his product and still photography. He is however not just a photographer but has many interest too not to mention his really great work space that reflect his interests.  Dieu Tan’s photography website is here, his furniture can be seen here, and his bikes are […]

A new kind of Idol

Apart from their lovely illustrative posters and prints, Switcheroo has released an exciting range of wooden toys they call “wood idols”. These include characters such as Mr T, The Muppets, Yoda, E.T and your favourites from Alice in Wonderland, plus many many more. They are designed and crafted beautifully and are packaged in equally amazing […]