How can I use deer antlers to make art?

January 9th, 2012 - 

 

Love these Ornate painted antler in gold, bronze, and white with delicate details. Amber Perrodin from Springdale, Arkansas is the artist that inspire us with these beautifully decorations on deer antlers. Adorned with an intricate hand painted pattern. This is a large antler that measures approximately 19″ from tip to tip. Love (more…)

What can you do with your old metal truck bed?

January 5th, 2012 - 

 

If you ever asked yourself the questions: What can you do with your old metal truck bed, here is the answer. Kate and Ben Gatski are making the most of Eco Friendly Farm Tables & Folk Art Sculpture. Here is a Youtube movie if you want to take a deeper look at the process of creating three fabulous tables using the (more…)

How can I recycle wood and metal in a creative way?

December 21st, 2011 - 

 

Tutto Carly from Glendale, California, United States came with the idea of using and recycling pieces of wood and metal into pieces of art. Very creative and looking so great, these rustic artworks are sold also in set. They can be used as a decoration on a table, on a fireplace or Wall hanging. I love the combination of textures and the beautiful colorsthey have. The artist confesses: “I start from the conception of the piece, not as an end but as a means. I enjoy the process, I do not imagine a complete piece; here is where chemistry between (more…)

How can I recycle textiles?

October 24th, 2011 - 


 
Twizzlez is a shop that produces nice outfits made from recycled textiles. Adelaide, the owner of this shop confesses that she was doing this since she was a small child. Leter on, she got her first sewing machine and she learned to do this and in the same time helping her grandma at work. She is very interested in making (more…)

Recycled patchwork chairs by Kelly Swallow

June 23rd, 2011 - 
 

Kelly Swallow  creates unique textile designs for chairs, sofas and armchairs.The fabrics range from vintage to designer including  Kenzo, Zoffany, Liberty, Andrew Martin, Designers Guild, Osborne & Little, Lorca, Mulberry – an eclectic mix with exciting and surprising contrasts.
The artist can choose from a large range of textiles our together with you, when you will visit the studio in Hertfordshire. If not, and you are too far away, you can receive some patchworks by post and combine them as you want. At Kelly Swallow‘s studio you can choose even the style of yout furniture piece, the colors and fabrics desired. The artist is
inspired also by the fotos you can send for inspiration: something that you like or you would to appear in the design of the chair. Also, a picture of the place where these pieces of art will be exposed, will help a lot. Nice idea! And nice decorated armchairs.:)

Via here.