Apart from having a cool name, being a talented tattoo artist and co-owning a vintage furniture shop in Brooklyn, Bailey Hunter Robison also has an amazing studio space. He has a eclectic collection of vintage objects, drawings, oil paintings and detailed bird dioramas that are a sight to behold. What a great selection of aesthetic objects.
via: a continuous lean
“Fortune installation is a modern exposé of typical carafes but with a twist. Made out of glass, a material that J. & L. Lobmeyr has been working with for almost 200 years, all 21 pieces presented have been carved with the image of a specific body water of our planet using three different processes of engraving. Outlines of lakes, rivers and glaciers decorate the water carafes emphasizing in this way glass on the one hand and water on the other.”
Images: Klaus Fritsch, J. & L. Lobmeyr
The weather has got really cold recently. Winter is definitely upon us. So what better way to celebrate the colder weather than with a round up of the most warm and comforting meal I can think of: soup!
London-based print maker and illustrator, Richard Sanderson, has a delicate and loose drawing style that I rather like. Great linework.
Its been awhile since I’ve done a Wednesday Wolf. So without further ado here is Teenwolf by Ewen Stenhouse.
Jazmin Berakha is an artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work uses detailed and colourful embroidery work which is quite amazing. If you are in New York, be sure to catch her latest solo exhibition called “Vanishing Park” at the Heskin Contemporary Gallery, which opens May 26th.