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This woolly doodad can be used as a bright and interesting paperweight, or just as a nifty bit of art to decorate your shelves.
Australian lady Katie Eraser uses squiggly shapes and bold colours to create super-fun paintings and sculptures.
Heel your sole with these soft sneaker sculptures.
The lady behind Studio Twocan cement ceramics has a rather captivating exhibition opening in Melbourne tonight.
Meet the Côte d’Ivoire artist who sculpts her hair into pretty much everything.
This is a bit cool: you can now order a kit to make your very own cat sculptures out of Lego-style bricks.
Well, we’ll be darned – you can actually knit with glass. (Soft glass, but glass, nonetheless.)
These stamps don’t function as actual stamps, but they sure do send us some place nice.
Cat Rabbit’s latest exhibition, Kept in Mind, is all about stitched-up memories.
If you could reach out and touch your childhood memories, how would they feel?
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