Ms. Kristen June would be honored to photograph your old dusty candle holders, the chipped paint on your garage, and your crippling old dog. [ Continue Reading ]
This may look like a chair of comfortably crafted tissues, but it’s not my dear Artistic Things readers. This chair will actually bring you closer to nature.
Before you jump, take a moment to embrace your surroundings and gawk at the beauty that waits below. O.K. go!
You know those smart asses that think rhetorical questions are cool? Like the asshole who works with you that thinks he’s the bomb and always rolls his eyes and says, “Does a bear shit in the woods?” when you ask a seemingly normal question? Well AHA, you smug prick, because no longer will that rhetorical question go unanswered, for the employees of Selgas Cano, a Spanish architectural company, watch bears shit all day as they work. And do you know why? Because the architectural office of Selgas Cano is located in the woods. The woods, people. [ Continue Reading ]
With an impressive balance of color and shape, Elspeth Diedrix seems to be able to photograph thoughts and concepts rather than looking at the world through ordinary eyes. Highly imaginative, beautifully inventive, and meticulously crisp, she often presents nature vs. man with no answer as to who is winning. Check out more [ Continue Reading ]
Kyoko Okubo crafts the cutest things out of paper. The post on Booooooom! features some of her work (where I got the thumbnails below), but you can view more of her work here and still more cuteness here. I have no idea how big these pieces actually are, but I’m assuming that they’re rather small. The pieces featured on Mobilia Gallery show much more detail than the ones I have included, and are adorable. They’re called Narrative Paper Sculptures, and they’re friggin’ awesome. [ Continue Reading ]