In the deep.
In the deep.
This incredible series of photographs were created when the artist added Ferrofluid (a magnetic liquid) to bright watercolours. Ferrofluid is hydrophobic so it won’t mix with water, so when the artist placed them above a magnetic field they resulted in these incredible sights. Simply gorgeous x
Let it go x
These animal prints are magic and selling like hot cakes so if you can get your hands on one do! http://mashka.co.uk/gallery/
Words of advice from The Wolf himself.
This Wolf Mantra.
Too often I see fantastic creative people that have let themselves slip into a world where they let others define what is and isn’t creative. Often it is work that seems to define what productive creative is, puts artificial limits on how we express ourselves. Sometimes that is defined by client or by budget but very often it is creative people limiting themselves.
We should never let our job limit anything we do, our careers should enhance us, make us feel empowered. We work in a fantastic time, the world is bubbling with ideas and now more than ever the ability to make those ideas happen.
So if you fine yourself limited then step back and reconnect with what you define as creative. Then fine the role that allows you to be that.
For those stuck in a rut x
What at a first glance look might like Gothic stained glass windows, are actually Eric Standley’s paper creations. Currently based in Virginia, the artist uses a laser to meticulously cut out the patterns in thousands of layers of paper which are…
This is so incredibly beautiful.