Zemer Peled

remember when you were a kid at the beach, and you wandered around the rock pools searching for treasure – and then you found a sea anemone… and you wanted to, needed to, stick your finger in it? you didn’t know what’s going to happen! but you, like, really really needed to find out. that’s the first…

Ron van der Ende

Ron van der Ende

how amazing are these sculptures by Dutch artist Ron van der Ende! i’ve never been much of a sculpture fan, mostly because i just wouldn’t know where i would put it. and a lot of the stuff you see these days is just weeeeeird. but these are so awesome, and so beautifully made out of…

Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera is a Colombian designer and artist who, simply put, does INSANE things with paper. not only is her work technically amazing; but the pieces that she creates are beautiful to behold. Diana has a university degree in industrial design, and has been pursuing an interest in paper sculpture since graduating.

Gregory Euclide & Bon Iver

i’ve been holding out on listening to the new Bon Iver album because i’ve been hearing so much about it online and fear a bit of a build up / let down situation. the same thing happens when i constantly hear about an amazing film, then usually end up only seeing it…

louis reith

book pages is a series by louis reith – works made from collage and/or fineliner + marker on book pages also, map mountains. wow.

aj fosik

everytime i see a new piece by aj fosik it makes me smile fosik’s animal subjects and anthropomorphized beings are built using a complex process in which each form is carefully handcrafted by arranging hundreds of pieces of individually cut and varnished wood, which the artist paints in vibrant colors…

snow creatures

polar bear by francois pompon at the musee d’orsay red fox in the snow by tony mclean polar bear by johann von schreber, 1773

land art

i have always really loved land art (strijdom van der merwe is a particular favourite), and i know some people might scoff at the concept but most of the time i find it more interesting to look at than traditional sculpture… perhaps it’s just my tiny inner hippy that finds…

chris sickels

i absolutely loved this interview with chris sickels, an illustrator / sculptor / 3d artist. highlights: influences/inspiration: being raised on a small family farm in rural indiana, old photos favorite things in life: date nights with my wife, working on our 1894 house bands/singers: devotchka, johnny cash

simen johan

in his ongoing series until the kingdom comes, simen johan depicts a natural world hovering between reality, fantasy and nightmare.  merging traditional photographic techniques with digital methods, johan’s images are crafted over time and may include a synthesis of landscapes from various geographical locations and animals photographed in captivity or in the wild.


jim denevan makes temporary drawings on sand earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves and weather


adam beane, sculptor

these toy sculptures by adam beane are incredible, his portfolio is a must see. he even did a johnny cash toy, and his princess leia is also super rad. i remember watching shaun of the dead for the first time & died laughing at this: Why have we got to…