Dmytro and Iuliia of DreamPapercut are a young couple in Kyiv, Ukraine who make Hand-Cut Paper Art Silhouettes for various objects, such as animal, peopel and nature. Every piece is cut from a single sheet of paper and the negative spaces create a delicate image. To create such work, it might take several hours or even several days. The process is quite painstaking while the work is amazing. Check out DreamPapercut’s Etsy page for all of their work!
Designed and built by the artisans at Interior Design Arts, this newly constructed timber-framed home located at the Watchung Hills, in New Jersey, USA truly defines old world craftsmanship. Just over 6,000 square feet, this beautiful home possesses immeasurable charm from the hand-crafted woodwork and exposed timber beams to the custom copper accents and exposed brick walls.
Not sure since when pencil carving becomes a trend. First we have some stunning miniature sculptures on pencil tip by Dalton Ghetti, then we have Hungarian artist and deviantART user cerkahegyzo manages to produce incredibly detailed sculptures by carving on pencil lead. Cerkahegyzo says his work is inspired by Dalton Ghetti, and now it has become a hobby and form of relaxation for him. Unlike Dalton’s carving is usually on pencil tip, cerkahegyzo’s work usually uses the middle part of the pencil body and create some complicated and delicate sculptures. The tools cerkahegyzo use are pretty simple: needles, razor blades, sandpaper, files, polishing stones and all varieties of pencils (e.g., HB, B, 2B, 4B), while the result is simply stunning and make the eyes wander back and forth. Below is a small collection of cerkahegyzo’s work and you can find more on his deviantART profile. via: [twistedsifter]
We all have many old and unused items lying around in our homes or garages waiting to be thrown away. You might feel guilty to get rid of them but you couldn’t figure out how to use them. In order to boost your creativity, we rounded up 16 Creative Upcycling Furniture and Home Decoration Ideas in this post. You’ll learn that a lot of useless items can be transformed into wonderful creations. Check them out and feel free to share your own upcycling and DIY ideas!
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