These outsized moths and bugs by Yumi Okita (beforehand) are constructed with material, embroidery thread, pretend fur, wire, and feathers. The Raleigh-based mostly artist makes each bit by hand, creating trustworthy interpretations of precise bugs just like the Oleander Hawk Moth or the Peacock Butterfly.
Influenced by elements of every construction and illustration, artist Lesley Green (proprietor of Bespoke Glass) channels trendy design whereas working with stained glass and glass tile. Her works have traditionally been pretty geometric, however recently she has focused on additional pure shapes, like in her latest assortment of succulent-based sculptures. These stained glass works mirror a number of varieties of(…)
It seems to be as if nothing is protected against yarn bombing as we speak from airplanes to bridges to trains. To not be outdone, Jill Watt and her sister Lorna Watt not too way back wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo with larger than four miles of yarn to create this superior squid. It’s one issue to(…)