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Artizen Magazine - June Issue

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Check out the latest issue of Artizen Magazine - I've got two articles that gives us a peek into the creative minds of Cornelia Konrads in Germany and Lucy Faoutas with Lucy Designs in the United States. June 2012 Issue Of course the magazine…

Dragonflies and Butterflies

Dragonflies and butterflies... If you are like me, you also keep a TRY or Die board on Pinterest - with the all of the projects that you really want to DIY. I have a board like that, and it's BURSTING at the seams with over 200 ideas! I'm…

Reclaimed Wood Goodness

  How about a little reclaimed wood goodness for today's eye candy? I'm lusting over these adorable creatures made from reclaimed wood over at 508 Restoration and Design.     Amy at Four Corners Design sure knows how to…

The Possibilities of Art

Thank goodness for creative people that awaken us to the possibilities of art. My favorite kind of art is public! And it doesn't have to be in the form of a traditional painting or sculpture to make me seriously swoon. Like these wall carving…

Lego Street Art

I've seen knit bombing, sweater bombing, plastic cap bombing, and I've even been thinking about organizing...

Recycled Road Sign Sculpture

The latest edition of Artizen Magazine is published - turn to page 32 for my article featuring an unbelievable sculptural fence made from recycled road signs in Pennsylvania (United States).     You won't want to miss this project…

What's That ?! - Recycled

It's time for another edition of "What's That?!" Have a look at these lovely pieces of art below from Marang Studios. If you've been working with these materials, you might already recognize them given the colorations of the art pieces. Any…

What's That ?! - Repurposed

This week's "What's That?!" is bursting with color, but exactly what are these art pieces made of? A closer look and now its becoming... ...crystal clear. Clothespins! Check out the folks at We Make Carpets (Dutch) temporary contemporary…

What's That ?! - Recycled

It's time for another What's That ?! to take us into the weekend.  Any guesses for the material used for this brightly colored wall art? Here's a closer look. Would you believe me if I told you it was... ...the insides of…

What's That ?!

What's that? Well, whatever it is, it's oversized and I like it! Let's take a closer look. Hmmm...it's becoming clearer to me. Knives! Lots of them. Stuck directly in the wall. The material might be deadly, but the message is divine. Iranian artist…