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“I am an illustrator and installation artist living in London, thriving on good-looking minerals and dusty astronomy books.”
From perfect paper geodes to festive woodland friends, paper modeler Lydia Kasumi Shirreff offers us a colorful eye and meticulous hand at work. Her prolific life of paper works includes collaborations, international projects and youthful Indie designs. If you’re like me, finding colorful and quirky designers is a constant treasure hunt, so feast your eyes on my newest haul!
With a twist of graphite, a pinch of painting and a dash of digital, Polish artist, Hilla Hryniszyn, brings to life soft and fashionable illustrations with a vintage-y feel. These little Lolitas are as captivating as a stack of antique photographs, and include striking line work paired with rich detail and patterning. Check out more of Hilla’s work on her photostream and take a little look-see at her adorable blog while you’re at it!
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Pets in your purse: out. Pets made out of purses, wait…. what?!
Billie Achilleos, “versatile artist & maker of things” (as stated on her blog), was commissioned by Louis Vuitton to create these adorable little critters out of their designer purses, wallets, and accessories to celebrate the fashion house’s 100 year anniversary. The collection, named Maroquinaris Zoologicae, is set to kick off a world tour this year, so be on the lookout for a flock of purse birds cruising by your window.
Nope, it’s not paint.
And this is what the room looked like before:
Installed for the Queensland Art Gallery, this incredible exhibit, known as The Obliteration Room was created by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama for her Look Now, See Forever exhibition that runs through March. Beginning with a completely white room, Kusama invited children (and kids at heart!) to help “decorate” the space with colorful circle stickers for a period of two weeks.
As you can see from the pictures above, her artwork is often very tangible and necessarily autobiographical, and the fact that others help to create it is a very interesting note on the nature of art itself. Plus, it just looks like fun. I mean, who doesn’t like stickers?!!
As you get closer…
…you can see that the lines are actually stamped, just like the librarian used to pound into your borrowed copies of Roald Dahl. Incredible!