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Textbook Freudian craft-slip: the Oedipal macrame.
(Photo: Floto + Warner; Dwell) #unhappyhipsters
- My new daily obsession:…Continue
Luke Grant-Muller is an English-born Egyptian, Scot and Ukrainian artist currently living between London and Tokyo. Grant-Muller describes his design signature as “slightly dark, slightly surreal, ambiguous, androgynous, sometimes grimy and sometimes…Continue
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Kate Talbot: "I made ‘counterknit’ after a conversation with a friend about how difficult it was to make money from art. It is a tongue in cheek response to how I make my money by…Continue
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In this class students learn about using industrial and household materials for the construction of jewelry and art objects. This includes using various materials including cement to wood flooring. Some jewelry experience is helpful as well as expertise in basic saw, file and…Continue
Added by Brigitte Martin on February 8, 2016 at 8:21pm — No Comments
Described as "one of the most provocative stage acts since the Weimar Republic was in bloom" (New York Times), ASTRID HADAD is an internationally acclaimed Mexican cabaret…Continue
Fabien Merelle, "Pentateuque", Resin with paint, hair and fabric
Image: edouard malingue gallery
Added by Brigitte Martin on November 23, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
Image above: One Letter Apart, 2013, machine and hand knitted wool, hand crocheted wool, expanding foam, ball of sisal, second-hand hand knitted wool glove, antique glass bead necklace, flints, sequins, glitter, mohair yarn, dress pins on oak base,…Continue
I am overwhelmed.
The incessant input of stimulation - ideas,…Continue
Added by Brigitte Martin on July 28, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
We participate in a creative exercise related to EtsyMetal, a group of metalsmiths organized around Etsy. The exercise is called "Blog Carnival". Each month a topic is chosen and a variety of members from this international group each provide their individual perspectives on the subject. We thought (mistakenly) that we had scraped the subject of Art Versus Craft off our shoes for good. Thanks to Blog Carnival we have stepped in it again. It appears that it is the topic that will not…Continue
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