Artists Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin create amazing Baroque and Rococo wigs out of paper. And some feature contemporary elements like airplanes and the Empire State Building.
At My Modern Met, Emma Taggart has a gallery of needle-felted cuties created by Nastasya Shuljak. “Shuljak’s portfolio of miniature felted friends comprises recognizable creatures such as polar bears and foxes, but she also crafts cute, otherworldly critters that look like they’ve just wandered out of an enchanted […]
Roberto Benavidez transforms beasts from Medieval illuminated manuscripts–in particular the Luttrell Psalter–into sweet, sweet piñatas. So many cool critters in this gallery! “’I have always admired and gravitated towards old painting techniques,’ Benavidez says of his piñatas. ‘The oddness of the creatures and people, the odd perspective—they were […]
Arch Daily has a gallery of images of remarkable sandcastles built by Calvin Seibert. Smithsonian Magazine has more, including a 2012 interview with Seibert about his work. (via @lordwoolamaloo)
There is a gallery of Patrick Dougherty’s woven “Stickwork” installations in Salem, MA at Odd Things I’ve Seen. In a similar vein, you can see some of Joshua Walsh’s art and design for True Detective season 1.
Hi Fructose magazine has images of Bailey Henderson’s sculptures of creatures from Medieval maps.