Creative Wavelength

Sep 11, 2017 | Creative Wavelength

The start of fall, the start of another Creative Wavelength round-up. 😀 Here are a few of the awesome things creative people are working on, that made their way through the internet to my attention:

Transparent Botanical Prints

These transparent botanical prints are everything. They look fabulous, and I want all of them.


Noma Bar

Israeli-born graphic artist Noma Bar uses negative space and clever double entendres in his work, shared in his new book. Love these!


Brushstroke cake

A bakery in Moscow has put a new twist on cake decorating – edible brushstrokes! These are just awesome and I want one.


Sebastian Wickeroth

The art of Sebastian Wickeroth seems simple but is deceptively intricate. I find it kind of mesmerizing. His marker pen art also.


Janaina Mello Landini

These unbraided rope installations by Janaina Mello Landini are crazy. They really do look like roots or nerves.


⇒ An important read: Multilevel-marketing companies like LuLaRoe are forcing people into debt and psychological crisis.

⇒ Has anyone tried this out? I’m curious. Artsnacks subscription box.

The Rescued Film Project – this is just cool.

⇒ If you aren’t already familiar with Postmodern Jukebox, give this a try: Dream On as a Classic Jazz tune.

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Have you come across any creative works that blew your mind recently? Do tell!




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