Awesome Dragon Gloves with Crochet Scales

The dragon fever still continues. After the dragon inspired jewelry, here is the dragon gloves from Mareshop on Etsy! 100% hand crochet and made with wool, acrylic, and mohair, these dragon gloves will not only make you pretend you are a dragon but also keep you warm. And the finger-less design is perfect for office work. Coming with different color combination and two different length. Are you ready to be a dragon lady?

ps: These gloves are quite hot now… Don’t be surprised if you don’t see them for sale. Try to connect the owner and see can you make a reservation.

Awesome Dragon Gloves with Crochet Scales
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How Spacious a Glass Test Tube Can Be?

Amsterdam-based artist Rosa de Jong tries to figure out how spacious a glass tube can be in her recent project “Micro Matter” where she used the scientific instruments as container to house some impossibly small buildings, trees, and other inhabitable structures. Uses traditional model-making materials and her own handcrafted structures, glass tube becomes a small universe for those miniature dwellings. Those inhabits are quite realistic with many details and make you think if miniature world actually exists, it might just loolks like that. You can find more information about the project on Jong’s Behance page and she may eventually start selling some of her pieces online, so be sure to signup for an alert.

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Stunning Art of Sculpting with Feathers

Known for his delicately feather sculpting, the Pacific Northwest artist, author, and naturalist Chris Maynard has compiled his feather art works into a book titled “Feathers, Form and Function” which offers a unique artistic perspective on and insight into the evolution, function and symbolism of feathers. Using a small scalpel, Maynard carves bird-related artwork out of feathers. Each design highlights the feathers’ beauty and form, and calls attention to topics important both to us and the birds such as flight, lightness and attraction. By smartly placing the positive cut-out next to its negative shape, Maynard successfully make it appear as if the tiny bird is flying from the feather.

Stunning Art of Sculpting with Feathers
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Most Fantasy Book Covers by Aniko Kolesnikova

Although I am not sure how many of you still write journal and how many of you need your journal has a really fancy cover, you probably will want one when you see Aniko Kolesnikova’s customized book cover. Aniko Kolesnikova, the Latvian designer-artist, working under the name Mandarin Duck, using ‘polymer clay’ to make fantastic book covers with dragon, birds and other nature-inspired themes. The book covers are nothing short of magnificent: flying horse, colorful dragons or wise owl. All of these covers are spectacular and you might just want one even you won’t write anything on it. If you are interested in creating your own cover, you can follow Kolesnikova’s youtube channel where she shows off her products and hosts tutorials. Or you can get it ordered from etsy directly, although 230 USD for a A6 size journal cover isn’t cheap at all.

Most Fantasy Book Covers by Aniko Kolesnikova
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