Tinplate Studios makes incredible creepy crawlies to add a little nightmare fuel to your tea parties.
The teacup creatures are my favorite, but you will also find wall art and specimen jars. Take a look!
Julie Alice Chappell describes herself as “Portsmouth Artist/Painter/Photographer/Creator of miniature worlds and subversive taxonomies exploring themes around the exploitation of nature.”
When I first saw Dan Reader’s amazing faux taxidermy trophies, I thought “Wow…this isn’t the paper mache I did in grade school.” Then I clicked on his homepage and saw the tagline “Not your grade school paper mache.”
I love the fact that Reeder never duplicates commissions, no matter how high the demand, because he wants his patrons to have truly unique, special pieces.
Bozka (Polish artist Bozena Rydlewska) is a gifted botanical illustrator with a series of pop up nature scenes.
See more, as well as gorgeous 2-D illustrations here.
Fine Line Workshop has a collection of boxes with…personality.