I can think of no better name for Irene Suchocki’s work than Eye Poetry Photography.
Archive for sea
I love Caitlin McCormack’s crocheted creatures!
Some appear to me made from vintage doilies. Such an unlikely craft material for this subject matter, and I think it works.
Since Real Monstrosities did such stellar job of giving the scoop on these beauties, rather than repeat the info I’ll guide you to that post.
Music lovers, did you know you can have your ashes pressed into a vinyl record? And Vinyly gives customers the opportunity to live on through the power of song.
Is there a song you’d like on the soundtrack to your death?
If you enjoy marine life, you can become part of a living coral system via The Eternal Reef. Ashes are memorialized as part of “reef balls” that serve to assist dying reefs in restoring new life.
What’s a reef ball? Glad you asked.
Reef Balls are the only designed reef materials that from the beginning were designed to replicate the natural substrata that Mother Nature uses for her reef development. The material needed to be friendly to the marine environment. It would have to be made of natural materials that would attract and encourage micro-organisms to settle and propagate on the reefs.
Read more about the process here.
I couldn’t find much about Kim Kovalev. But the small deviantART portfolio contains two pieces I adore:
If anyone knows of more work by this artist, please share!
This adorable little girl, embracing her monster (with a matching flower on its horn!) was the first piece from Omar Rayyan I laid eyes on a long time ago.