Magical Hairstyles

Trendafilka Kirova creates magical unique braids with a passion. She incorporates different braiding designs into beautiful art. Some of the braiding styles that she does are woven fish tails, and zig zag plaits. Kirova gets her inspiration from tattoos and rug patterns. In 2019 she won the BTC Award. She has an Instagram page and gives hair tutorials on YouTube. Please check out her amazing braiding designs from her instagram page below.

Beautiful Persian Architecture in Iran

Chehel Sotoun is a palace built by Shah Abbas II .
Vakil Mosque was built during the Zand dynasty rule for southern Iran in the second half of the 18th century.
Broujerdi House is an old house built during the Qajar dynasty and also by Ustad Ali Maryam,
Jame Mosque of Yazd is an Azeri-styled grand congregational mosque of the historical city.

Artist: Jeffrey Gibson

Jeffrey Gibson is a one of a kind artist that was born in  Mississippi. He is of Choctaw and Cherokee descent and  incorporates elements of Native American art into his craft. Gibson creates  a rich visual and conceptual dialogue between his work and the histories of his Native American Heritage.  Gibson creates  garments, beaded punching bags, paintings,  and ceramic vessels.

PEOPLE LIKE US, 2018
Glass and plastic beads, tin, copper and gold-finished jingles, artificial sinew, quartz crystal, silver-coated copper wire, druzy crystal, nylon thread, nylon fringe, acrylic felt, acrylic paint, repurposed wool blanket, recycled jersey stuffing, rawhide, steel rods, wood block
LET EVERYTHING HAPPEN TO YOU, 2020
Acrylic on canvas, glass beads and artificial sinew inset into wood frame
Jeffrey Gibson
OUR FREEDOM IS WORTH MORE THAN OUR PAIN, 2017
Glass beads, artificial sinew, acrylic felt, steel and brass
Jeffrey Gibson
I WILL SURVIVE, 2020
Punching bag, trading post carpet, acrylic felt, artificial sinew, glass beads, copper and brass coated tin jingles, nylon fringe, nylon thread, cotton thread, cotton satteen fabric

A Stone Mastermind!

One of the most extraordinary furniture designers is Grzegorz Majka. He was born in 1983 and is from Kronzso. In his early years, he studied interior design and worked as a stonemason. He became forever bonded to stone material and was looking for new and outrageous applications of natural stone to do controversial projects. He ended up prototyping his first furniture projects which were later featured in many stone magazines. Majka gained new partnerships with people who believed in his ideas and started Grzegorz Majka Ltd. It’s a furniture company that produces breathtaking furniture with combinations of natural materials and stone. 

Golden Rock II
Contemporary Center Coffee Table ft. Nero Portoro marble and solid brass base in “Satin” finish
Elements IV
Contemporary Center Coffee Table ft. quartzite Patagonia and solid brass plate in brushed finish
Epicure I
Contemporary Center Table Set of 4 Items

“Art is Trash” by Francisco De Pajor

Francisco De Pajor is an artist from Spain that uses discarded items on the street to make incredible sculptures. He uses old mattresses, boxes, and big bin bags to create colorful street art. All of his art is marked with the tag “Art is Trash.” He makes the sculptures as a way of critiquing society’s obsession with perfection.

Paul Cadden Drawings

Paul Cadden is a Scottish artist who is widely known for his hyperrealism drawings. Cadden uses various mediums with his pencil to mimic photographs and video stills. He portrays his drawings from classic photorealism that has  emotional, cultural, and political themes. Some of Cadden’s amazing work has been exhibited at the 149th Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Exhibition.

Haroshi’s Skateboard Art

Haroshi is a Japanese sculptor, woodworker,  and skateboarder from Tokyo, Japan. He is known for creating large sculptures made out of used skateboard decks. He makes each sculpture by carefully selecting and stacking the skateboards, then he hand carves, paints, and polishes them into a veneer finish. He also sculptures teddy bears, cartoon characters, sneakers, and fire hydrants. During the construction of each sculpture, Haroshi puts a broken skateboard piece into the core of the piece or gives each piece a “soul”. This practice was inspired by Unkei who was a  12th-century Buddhist sculptor. Unkei would place a crystal ball inside each of his Buddha sculptures.

Meet Haroshi