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German Commuter Knits Four-Foot-Long Scarf Detailing Transit Delays

German Commuter Knits Four-Foot-Long Scarf Detailing Transit Delays

German commuter and knitter Claudia Weber travels regularly from her town Moosburg in the Bavarian countryside to Munich. Due to track repairs which began last year, her train commute was replaced
Traditional Lace Patterns Spray-Painted onto Museums, Residences, and Walls by NeSpoon

Traditional Lace Patterns Spray-Painted onto Museums, Residences, and Walls by NeSpoon

Polish artist NeSpoon (previously) creates spraypainted murals and textile installations based on traditional lace motifs. Her public paintings often stretch the height of multi-story urban
A New Book of Paintings by Tiffany Bozic Explores the Unity and Disjunction of the Natural World

A New Book of Paintings by Tiffany Bozic Explores the Unity and Disjunction of the Natural World

The natural world gets an unusual interpretation through the lens of Northern California-based painter Tiffany Bozic (previously). She combines a highly developed realism with surreal juxtapositions
Large-Scale Drawings of the United Kingdom’s 69 Cities by Carl Lavia

Large-Scale Drawings of the United Kingdom’s 69 Cities by Carl Lavia

Self-taught artist Carl Lavia, who goes by the nickname “Sketch,” has been drawing intricate cities and architecturally-minded illustrations since he was the age of five. Although his early works were
Graphically Designed Ceramic Vessels Form Zoetrope Animations When Spun on a Pottery Wheel

Graphically Designed Ceramic Vessels Form Zoetrope Animations When Spun on a Pottery Wheel

After years of work as a ceramic artist, Kenny Sing of Turn Studio has created a series of shallow vessels which double as zoetrope animations when spun. His project, Trepō, transfers digital patterns
Dried Grass and Branches are Woven and Stitched into Delicate Sculptural Drawings by Kazuhito Takadoi

Dried Grass and Branches are Woven and Stitched into Delicate Sculptural Drawings by Kazuhito Takadoi

Artist Kazuhito Takadoi uses natural materials combined with traditional Japanese art supplies like sumi ink and washi paper to make delicate sculptural works that tread between two and three
The Moon’s Magical Mythology Captured in an Illustrated Book by David Álvarez

The Moon’s Magical Mythology Captured in an Illustrated Book by David Álvarez

In Noche Antigua (Ancient Night) an opossum and a rabbit work together—and against each other—to create and maintain the sun and the moon. The book, written in Spanish and illustrated by Mexico-based
A Traveling Exhibition of 100 Stunning Selections from the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

A Traveling Exhibition of 100 Stunning Selections from the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Last fall Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten was the overall winner of the 54th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition (previously) after being selected from over 45,000 submissions.
Layered Paintings by Betsy Walton Build Memory into Colorful Explorations of the Pacific Northwest

Layered Paintings by Betsy Walton Build Memory into Colorful Explorations of the Pacific Northwest

Artist Betsy Walton loosely imitates the landscape of Portland, Oregon in paintings infused with geodesic rocks and female subjects dressed as spellbinding goddesses. Walton works in layers, leaving
A Gigantic Circular Ice Patch Formed in a River in Westbrook, Maine

A Gigantic Circular Ice Patch Formed in a River in Westbrook, Maine

Earlier this week a peculiar phenomenon was discovered in a section of the Presumpscot River in Westbrook, Maine. In the chilly winter waters a gigantic disk of ice had formed with a diameter just
Families of Carrots, Miniature Mountains, and Baguettes Crafted from Needle Felted Wool by Hanna Dovhan

Families of Carrots, Miniature Mountains, and Baguettes Crafted from Needle Felted Wool by Hanna Dovhan

Ukraine-based designer Hanna Dovhan (previously) consistently delights us with her needle felted wool sculptures of anthropomorphic mushroom pairs, clutched baguettes, and miniature mountain families.
Sunlight Casts Shadows of Phrases Exploring Theories of Time in a Street Art Installation by DAKU

Sunlight Casts Shadows of Phrases Exploring Theories of Time in a Street Art Installation by DAKU

Pseudonymous Indian street artist DAKU recently installed an immersive text-based work in Panjim, Goa. Placed along 31st January Road, a fishnet structure suspends letters above pedestrians. The
Head Instructor: A New Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus Analyzes the Human Mind Through Four Anamorphic Images

Head Instructor: A New Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus Analyzes the Human Mind Through Four Anamorphic Images

Thomas Medicus (previously) is a master of illusion. The Austria-based artist builds sculptures from segments of painted and hand-cut glass which present a different image depending on which angle you
Discarded Books Get a Second Chance in Mike Stilkey’s Towering Installations

Discarded Books Get a Second Chance in Mike Stilkey’s Towering Installations

While libraries are certainly safe havens for books, the always-evolving taste of readers and the inevitable wear and tear on each tome means that many books are eventually phased out and destined for
Contemporary Cartographic Explorations Fuse with Historic Maps in Digital Works by Scott Reinhard

Contemporary Cartographic Explorations Fuse with Historic Maps in Digital Works by Scott Reinhard

Scott Reinhard combines contemporary land elevations with historic maps to create three-dimensional environments of a specific region, city, or state. To produce the digital maps, he pulls elevation
Sketchbook Vol. 1 Provides an Intimate Look into the Minds of Fourteen Contemporary Artists

Sketchbook Vol. 1 Provides an Intimate Look into the Minds of Fourteen Contemporary Artists

Dina Brodsky (previously) started keeping a sketchbook at the age of 18, when most of her content was a collection of scattered thoughts and scribbles. Today, the artist and curator has transformed
Deadstock Rug Materials Transformed into an Immersive Coral Garden by Vanessa Barragão

Deadstock Rug Materials Transformed into an Immersive Coral Garden by Vanessa Barragão

Vanessa Barragão (previously) recycles unused yarn from the textile industry to produce wall hangings and rugs that imitate the structure of coral reefs. Her recent work, Coral Garden, addresses the
Landscapes of Glistening Digital Rectangles Formed and Subdivided by Algorithms

Landscapes of Glistening Digital Rectangles Formed and Subdivided by Algorithms

Dimitris Ladopoulos (previously) creates random geometric patterns based on four-sided-forms by implementing an algorithm in the 3D animation program Houdini. The resulting designs look like intricate
Quirky Interventions by Octavi Serra Question the Rules of Public Spaces

Quirky Interventions by Octavi Serra Question the Rules of Public Spaces

Octavi Serra uses the structures and symbolism of public spaces to question the systems we live with and find humor in their details. The Barcelona-based artist often engages with signage to subvert
Detailed Portraits of Animals Combine Intricate Layers and Decorative Flourishes

Detailed Portraits of Animals Combine Intricate Layers and Decorative Flourishes

The newest series by Manila-based paper artist Patrick Cabral (previously) features three white animals detailed with elements of black and gold. A pink nose serves as a stylistic outlier for a