In Vietnamese heart and soul, Tet holiday is the biggest season of the year, when family can gather around  and celebrate the new year and grant wishes for their loved one.This is the time  when the all the custom and tradition come back and wide spread. 

The most familiar images of Tet holiday was painted in old poems, with banh chung ( square rice cake ), watermelon and the blossom yellow apricot flower. Besides that, the Swallow Bird gathering on Tet holiday is a beautiful symbol of spring, fortune and sincere happiness.
With those core values and inspiration,  Poster is handcrafted and made of art paper and MDF wood .

The natural material and the crafting techniques is a great way to preserve the beauty of Vietnam tradition and heritage.

by Vietnam artist Ton Bui

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Demiurgus Dreams is own by Evgeny Hontor,  a Russian where almost live like  fantasy animal are recreated from  velvet clay and splashed with colors to look beautiful. sculpting from 2006 and founded his Etsy shop in 2012 , Mr Evgeny , head of  Demiurgus Dreams has got a large following of over 34k people.

On his Esty page,  he wrote about  his unique fantasy style “It is beautiful. It is the creation of the worlds. You can get carried away and explore new opportunities. It is a philosophy of life – to create. For me it is.” No wonder that these animal sculptures look like straight from a magical fairytale.

Be sure to go visit his shop and buy some of the sculpture to support his work. Below are some of his work for you to enjoy.

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Paper Lanterns for Design geeks: Origami

Animal paper-lamps are the products of  OWL  design outfit, a design brand created in 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal.Inspired by the origami art of folding paper figures, OWL combined modelling with illumination to design original papercraft lamps.

The lamps are built to catch the eyes, and to stand out in a room; whether lit or turned off. Citing the producers:

“We invite you to join the process and build your own model, as all OWL paperlamps consist of a DIY kit with everything you need to assemble our designs. We prepare the challenge, you accomplish it. We hope you enjoy our OWL paperlamps as much as we do. If you have any difficulty, you can always contact us and we’ll try to give you our best support.”

We ordered some of them, a great addition to the reading room or the pantry (room).  Check out some of OWL’s designs below.

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Russian Artist designs beautiful, intricate dresses from Paper

Asya Kozina transforms pieces of paper into eccentric wigs and wedding dresses , originally  from St. Petersburg Russia, Asya Kozina, creates dresses and wigs from standard Whatman paper bought from an ordinary stationary shop.Working with white paper has become the artist’s signature mode of expression, and it is the only material with which she can experiment tirelessly with patterns and designs.

Kozina believes that white paper allows her to accent form and conceal secondary details. All of her works are created by hand, and none of the shapes or forms are repeated.

Asya Kozina works at the intersection of fashion, and contemporary and decorative-applied art. Her last project, “Baroque paper wigs”, took first place in number of viewings on the Behance social network site. Some of her works are below for your viewing pleasure. Be sure to visit her website for more.

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