Anne Biss interview: Straightforward stitching - TextileArtist.org
Embroiderer, maker & designer Anne Biss tells us how her love of hand embroidery began & why she doesn't consider herself to be a textile artist.
Textile Bodies Reveal Branched Systems of Veins, Flowers and Roots by Raija Jokinen
Finnish artist Raija Jokinen creates sculptural bodies out of flax which attempt to reveal the complicated relationship between the mind and body. Webs of flowers, veins, and roots cover her textile torsos, shape-shifting between plant and human forms. Jokinen invites the audience to get lost in the
Check out these cool London neighbourhood maps created by local artists
Spanish company Walk with Me are famous for collaborating with local artists to create neighbourhood maps. They started by mapping their hometown of Madrid, the
Five knots for days of walking 1973 Cinq noeuds pour cinq jours de marche - Écosse " Souvent, on me considère comme un sculpteur ou comme un artiste du Land Art. Je ne suis ni l'un ni l'autre. Je...
Rachael Clewlow | Axisweb
Rachael Clewlow meticulously documents the ways in which she inhabits the landscape: the routes she takes through it, the times and dates of her travels, and the methods by which, to paraphrase Warhol, she moves from A to B and back and again. Acting
Incredible walk-through maps of DnD modules!
Wizards of the Coast has been posting these for a few months, but if you haven't seen them, they're astounding. Artist Jason Thompson has r...
Collage Made From Old Maps, Magazine Clippings and Postage Stamps Sian Robertson Queen's Walk — Sian Robertson Art
Provincetown artist Sian Robertson combines postage stamps and magazine clippings to create new personalities, or Postage Portraits. This collage also uses an old London A-Z.
Intricate map art by Nikki Rosato. Notes from the artist’s statement: Our physical bodies are beautiful structures full of detail, and they hold the stories that haunt and mold our lives. The lines on a road map are beautifully similar to the lines that cover the surface of the human body. In my most recent...
OS Explorer No.316
Rachael Clewlow, 2011, OS Explorer No.316 Each Painting is a visual record of the artists journeys and movements through Newcastle-upon-Tyne over a month. Each dot represents a place visited transcribed from OS Explorer map, catelogued and colour coded according to a system of complementary colours.
See Beijing in This Incredibly Detailed, Hand-Drawn Map
Artist Gareth Fuller spent a year walking the streets of Beijing, meticulously drawing a map of the city as it exists, and as it could look in the future.