Dutch designer John Breed created this leggy installation for Breuninger's newly opened shoe salon in Stuttgart, Germany. The vibrant and playful piece is made up of a rainbow of 145 fiberglass legs and shoes, cascading across the store's wall.
Moss graffiti, also known as eco-graffiti, is awesome. This refreshing new form of street art is replacing spray paint with greenery and as a fan of art in public spaces, I can't wait to see it in person.
Clare Elsaesser's paintings are inspired by daydreams and the formidable nature outside her window. Clare and her equally talented artist husband Kai Samuels-Davis live in the
French artist Thomas Lamadieu creates his "sky art" by combining photography and line drawings. Inspired by the way the sky peaks through skyscrapers, Lamadieu illustrates quirky cartoons within these spaces.
It's impossible not to be spellbound by photographer Charles Bergquist's double exposure photographs. Check out the rest of his engaging work here.
There is something so calming about the muted pastels and crisp lines of Alexandra Bergman's photographs, I wish I can see the world through her lens always!
Yulia Brodskaya is a master at the art of quilling, using strips of colorful paper that is rolled, shaped and glued to create the most magnificent works of art. As much as I absolutely love her typography, as seen in Startbucks or Hermès
Kristy Gammill, a 34 year old artist and mother of three teenagers, finds inspiration in ancient textiles and flea market finds. Her impressionist-like paintings are so beautifully saturated in color, they would just about brighten anybody's day.