Monday, November 29, 2010
Saturday, November 27, 2010
This pretty Ferris Wheel pop-up card is the clever work of Japanese paper artist Hiroko, who is known for her delicate paper work and quality craftsmanship. The kit comes with detailed instructions and takes approximately one hour to make. It has pre-cut and scored pieces so there’s no cutting work required. Small fingers would help though.
These five little cuties have arrived just in time to spread the Christmas cheer. They’d love to hang out on your Christmas tree or sit on your table and share the Christmas feast. Too adorable! They come as a simple DIY paper kit with easy-to-follow instructions – what a fun distraction for the kids during the holidays. They also come with charming little patterned place cards. Designed by UK creatives Mibo, the sheet size is 26cm x 19.5cm. And it gets better – this product is made from 100% recycled card using vegetable-based inks and biodegradable packaging.
Friday, November 26, 2010
"Ceci n'est pas" by Bertrand Fèvre at Gallery S.Bensimon - Paris. A giant cup made of 33 hanging