Robin Van Valkenburgh makes what she calls “pop surreal ceramics.”
Many of these inspire a sense of nostalgia in me, while catering to my love of the absurd (beloved childhood characters mix with traditional ceramic creatures and shapes).
I couldn’t find an artist homepage for Japanese wood sculptor Seji Kawasaki, but I did find a great Instagram (which I was almost reluctant to follow because I feared while scanning my feed I’d think “Oh great, more pictures of peoples’ boring food.”)
The textures and hyper-real presentation he achieves are pretty incredible, no?
NYCHOS has put up this awesome installation in NYC’s Flatiron Plaza.
Go ahead…lie down and tell him your problems.
Dug Stanat is an awesome sculptor who specializes in creepy, crawly, and undead creations.
Carol Milne has been knitting since she was 10 years old. She has a degree in Landscaping Architecture, and developed a technique involving wax casting, mold-making, and kiln-casting that has the appearance of perfectly “knit” glass.