Design

Take a Stroll Down Joshua Smith’s Miniature Neighborhoods

Scrolling through Joshua Smith’s Instagram page is like touring a dollhouse. Or rather, strolling down a miniature neighborhood, but one that isn't necessarily inviting. His miniature works focus on the overlooked aspects...

Get Creative with Shayda Campbell

When it comes to awakening our inner artist, we could all use a little push. Thankfully, Shayda Campbell is here to serve as our guide, teaching art and all things creative on...

Cover Your Life With Patterns, With Heather Moore’s Textiles

After 10 years of working as an illustrator, Heather Moore needed a change of pace. With a passion for patterns, she decided to experiment in her studio, designing clean patterns, then screenprinting...

Add a Playful Twist to Your Home with These Glass Fruits

Devyn Ormsby’s fruit sculptures look good enough to eat. Paying homage to the blown glass fruit makers and collectors from the 1960’s, Ormsby makes the kind of decorative pieces you might remember...

Susete Saraiva’s Spooky Miniatures Are Worth the Hype

With Halloween right around the corner, we couldn't have bumped into Susete Saraiva's miniatures at a better time. With a passion for anything spooky (think Beetlejuice meets David Lynch), Saraiva's tiny artworks...

The Nostalgic Hand Painted Signs and Murals of Heather Hardison

Illustrator and letterer Heather Hardison knows how to put things in writing. Merging both her skills, she enjoys painting signs and murals, as well as designing food packagings. With a specialty in...

Jack Kohler Byers’ Typography Art Isn’t Made to Make Sense

Raised in a small New York town, Jack Kohler Byers says his fascination with typography began when he observed the fading letters of hand-painted signs during his family visits to a nearby...

Illustrator Brings Life to Famous Logos

If you thought that a logo is a simple image portraying your company, you have never been more wrong. Try saying that to an actual logo designer and see what happens!  

Check Out This Cool Guitar Made of Noodles

The art of making musical instruments is one of the oldest crafts. Crafting string instruments out of proper wood and in proper manner has never been easy. It's art before musical art.  

Husband and Wife Create Enamel Pins Inspired by Architecture

Drop-a-Pin is a brand from Tel Aviv, Israel run by a husband and wife who love architecture. They turn the world’s most famous buildings into miniature enamel pins that can be worn...