the fantastic work of author and textile artist Ruth Singer. Inspired by historical textiles, museum objects, personal heritage, memory and stories, Ruth creates one-off textile artworks and products using sustainable and recycled materials. She uses hand-stitched construction techniques such as pleating, gathering, applique and structured stuffing to create dense surface texture.
Naturally sculptural reclaimed teak roots become the base for this artful planter. The blown glass vessel seems to pour over the roots and sit beautifully, frozen in time, catching eyes in your home. See It Here >> http://jdtc.us/1R2MbL7
Australian artist Helle Jorgenson is beyond amazing! Barnacles made out of reclaimed wool, and discarded plastic beautifully crafted into sea anemones… Pure awesomeness! Check out her other work via the link.