Sunday 28 February 2010

Dishes by Cynthia Vardhan

I love the wide range of eclectic patterns in Cynthia's work. These small dishes (2"-3" diameter) vary in colour and are perfect for displaying jewellery or serving dipping oils and spices. The dishes are made from a fine translucent porcelain, that lets light shine through when held up to a lamp. The pigmented slip is applied through a needle-like tool in a precise and clean pattern which requires both skill, time, and years of practice!

Saturday 27 February 2010

Instant Dreams by Lola's Room

This dreamy print captures Cassia Beck's style perfectly. Cassia is a Brighton based photographer, and creates beautiful, almost vintage, washed out pastel work. 8" x 8" unframed print, signed by the artist.

Friday 26 February 2010

Laundry Day by Marcie Vargas

I absolutely love this print, but have to admit, I quite like a launderette – I have no idea why! This beautiful 10' x 13" print is currently only available as a one off. Mounted on foam core board and signed.

Thursday 25 February 2010

Toy Grabber Necklace by Mariska

Toy grabbers are Mariska's secret addiction and they inspired this highly original design. A light but strong, laser cut acrylic plastic pendant with a 925 16" sterling silver necklace. Comes giftwrapped in a nice box! Beautiful!

Wednesday 24 February 2010

Bleached Coral Porcelain Dish by Seaurchin

A highly textured ceramic sculpture, this unique low dish has a sculpted pattern of coral gills. The bowl is made of high fired porcelain, and has not been glazed, but left as an off white/ivory colour…perfect for coral! The underside of the bowl has a slight bumpy texture and subtle clay creases.

Tuesday 23 February 2010

Stranger To Love by Wall Envy Art

Everyone loves a Rickroll! Hand inked classic 80's lyrics on a page from a vintage dictionary. This little work of art comes ready to hang in a handmade wooden frame. Perfect!

Monday 22 February 2010

Steampunk Spider Sculpture by Catherinette Rings

This intricate steampunk sculpture looks like it would scuttle across your shelf when your back is turned! Made from a copper and brass watch movement and a taxidermy glass eye, the detail is fantastic!

Sunday 21 February 2010

Pole Orange by labokoff

Print of an original photograph digitally combined with a painting. Very beautiful and unusual. The print measures 8.5" x 8.5" including a white border for framing (image size 7" x 7") and is printed on Hahnemuhle fine art paper with pigmented inks. Signed on the reverse, this print is also available in larger sizes.

Saturday 20 February 2010

Milk and Bread Ring by Melanie Favreau

Made from sterling silver this fantastic ring takes it's shape from a common place sealing tag. So simple, original and unique – this ring is custom made in your ring size, with the words and/or date that you want.

Friday 19 February 2010

Hababa Sunset by DancingGirlArt

An original painting on Arches Aquarelle paper using watercolour and ink. Inspired by photographs of the beautiful medieval town of Hababa, this painting is signed and ready to frame. Beautiful!

Thursday 18 February 2010

Terrific Terrier by Cherish Me

Cheer up your cardie! This little Terrific Terrier badge is made using 100% wool felt with gorgeous Liberty prints machine appliqued on top. Each badge is slightly different, due to the cut of the fabric.

Wednesday 17 February 2010

Starling by Mirthquake

This 16 x 16 inch pillow case / cushion cover features a fantastic illustration of a starling, with an olive linen backing. Not just any old starling. This is a mysterious New York Starling. He resides in Central Park and was a little too busy for photographs. It took 10 pictures and some patience to get him on film!

Tuesday 16 February 2010

12 Pet Petals by Gulguvenc

Fantastic eco components for jewellery. Transformed from recycled pet bottles, each has a unique pattern. Loads of different uses, including making jewellery (as shown here). A set of 12.

Monday 15 February 2010

Modern Wooden Alphabet Necklace by LittleRedLantern

This alphabet necklace is laser cut MDF with a maple colored timber veneer on both sides. For those that are interested the font used is Palatino. Width: approx 12.5cm (4.9 inches). Please note the grain direction on each piece will vary from the photo displayed.

Sunday 14 February 2010

Je T'Aime Heart Brooch by Love From Hetty and Dave

Zut alors! Declare your love in the most romantic language. Inspired by tattoos of the fifties, this handstitched red leather heart brooch is absolutely fantastic! Designed and handmade in London.

Saturday 13 February 2010

He Says He Can Hear The Forest Whisper by Hide n Seek

I have featured this print before, but it seems quite relevant to show it again. Notice the large copyright across the print? It seems that certain people didn't. This was the first item that I bought on Etsy, for my wife back in December 2008. Lovely isn't it?

Friday 12 February 2010

Polka Dot Hot Water Bottle by La La Loop

Keep out the cold with this cosy, knitted lambswool hottie! Its lovely and bright, keeps you warm, looks good…and everyone needs a hot water bottle! Lovely Polka Dotty design front and back.

Thursday 11 February 2010

Wooden Skull and Crossbones by Half an Acre

Everyone loves a pirate! This handmade wooden skull and crossbones is perfect for a boys bedroom. Hang him on a door knob, on the wall, or on the door as a 'keep out!' warning. His jaw chatters and wiggles too! Also available in other colours!

Wednesday 10 February 2010

Typography Soap by Soapylove

I've been meaning to feature this soap for so long, and it has kept falling off the radar. So FINALLY may I present this stunning typography soap from Soapylove. I'm a sucker for typography, and this peppermint glycerine soap ticks all the boxes!

Tuesday 9 February 2010

Where There Is Love There Is No Darkness by madebyjulene

Signed and numbered on the reverse, this lasercut artwork is cut from sturdy 300gsm white paper. Strong enough for even the most clumsy of hands! Framed in strong acrylic. Also available in other beautiful colours.

Monday 8 February 2010

Approaching by Sagittarius Gallery

Fantastic 3ft x 2ft original oil on canvas. This painting (in thick, knife applied oil paints) is a moody, dark piece with vibrant punches, like light filtering through the trees at night. I absolutely love the combination of colours in this piece, very, very beautiful.

Sunday 7 February 2010

Proud Raven Earrings by polkadotmagpie

These fantastic coal black beauties are made out of 'paper micarta' – a recycled paper product with resin. Lightweight, durable and polishes like marble. Two proud ravens are little sculptures with wings on both sides, 14K gold beads for eyes and specially designed oxidised sterling silver hoops. The hoops are 1" and the ravens are 1 1/2" wide. If these aren't your favorite earrings, I'd be surprised!
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Saturday 6 February 2010

Blue Vintage Ceramic Brooch by ItsAlchemy

Blue and white brooch, hand cut from vintage ceramic with silver soldered edges. Each piece is completely unique, due to the piece of ceramic used. 3cm x 3.5cm

Friday 5 February 2010

Red Pencil Scarf by Sara Carr

Sara's fantastic Red Pencil Scarf is knitted from 100% lambswool, so it's lovely and soft. Sure to add a touch of fun, this scarf will keep you cosy this winter! Length: 160cm.

Thursday 4 February 2010

Sloth by Estasketch

This print was made as part of a project illustrating the seven deadly sins. Apart from the subtle 'sloth' embroidered on her shirt, and the alarm clock showing 3:15pm giving her away, nobody would be the wiser she was committing a sin. This is just a woman resting peacefully. An original illustration, etched onto a zinc copper plate, then printed onto heavyweight stonehenge printmaking paper. Each print is signed and dated, and this print is of a limited edition of just 5.

Wednesday 3 February 2010

Flutterby by Viewfinder

This is a photo of some gorgeous butterflies captured at the Golden Gate park botanical gardens. The pretty iridescent wing of the larger butterfly translates well in this 8" x 10" Epson print. Beautiful photo!

Tuesday 2 February 2010

'Where The Wild Things Are' Belt Buckle by flightpathdesigns

This original belt buckle shows a lovely abstract image of a forest scene. 'Where The Wild Things Are' is permanently set onto leather, revealing the subtle textures of the grain. Finished with a non-toxic sealant this buckle is completely weather-and wear proof!

Monday 1 February 2010

Lovebirds by Naomi Murrell

An ideal gift for your valentine. This beautiful print has been silk screen printed onto 300gsm, uncoated, 100% recycled Australian made paper, and is signed by the designer. Fantastic!

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