ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways.
Forgotten Gold - Eina Ahluwalia (from Alchimia)
Metal Lace Necklace with intricate wire-wrapped floral patterns - contemporary jewellery design; art jewelry // Heng Lee Looks like tattoo - Milly
Super Fertile- "Murder" Autumn/Winter '11 Collection
Kali Arulpragasam with jewelry, "Murder" Collection 2011
Texture for Cobweb (Makiko Wakisaka - "life" 2002 material : leaf vein, nylon thread, polyester thread, water soluble cloth technique : machine stitch & hand stitch busan international fiber-fashion art festival Busan, Korea)
athousandfacets: “ Nikki Stott Electroformed silver-plated copper screen print of microscopic image of DNA Statement “ You, your joys, your sorrows, your memories and ambitions, your sense of identity.
Today's inspiration comes from Emmanuelle DuPont. Her microcosm pieces are small bead + fiber pieces that boast incredible textures. It makes me want to layer on beads and stitches to my weaves just like I do with my necklaces!
WEDNESDAY MAY Other experiments which I forgot to photograph and update. Biological structures reinterpreted through textile mediums and techniques- then further composed in test tube containers.