Julia Wine is a designer from Ukraine that creates cute fashion and home accessories with a dreamy twist. Using a minimal design and pastel colors combinations, Julia realize several products perfect to decorate our home.
She mostly works on simple shaped forms as a cat, a bear and a bunny that they are a clear signature of her design style. On her Etsy shop you can find coasters, pillows, magnets, photo frames, jewelry and many other little gems to wear.
The crafters clever combine a functional design with a fine aesthetic art in each of their products. On their Etsy shop you can see kitchen accessories as plates, bowls, mugs and weird sculptured salt and pepper shakers. Their creative studio also offers vases, lamps and original wall decors.
The Etsy shop Ohhio is a wonderful place to find cool home and fashion accessories with a unique style. Using the giant knit, the shop offers a good range of products that will blow your mind as hats, scarfs, blankets, carpets, pillows and pet beds.
Each product is customizable, you can choose from a big range of sizes and colors, the material used is 100% merino wool from Australian sheep.
I just love the creations by the Greek designer Olga, full of bright color combinations, simple and chic. Her necklaces are made by polymer clay, in addition she uses other materials as cotton, leather, wood and paint.
The minimal final result is stunning and I couldn’t resist, so I bought a necklace for me! As you can see from the pictures above, I received a nice packaging and a perfect necklace. You can find her on Etsy, the shop is called Floti.
Last Friday I went to my very first Etsy Craft Party, and it was amazing. I had the chance to see the awesome Etsy Dublin offices and to chat with several crafters and artists. I went there with my friend Adriana, aka Joystitch, and we really had a lot of fun.
We enjoyed fresh and yummy food, we explored the amazing building and we also had the chance to do some workshops. Below a little gallery about my “Etsy adventure”.
Enjoy this “pottery in motion” experiment, where crafts and animation are perfectly mixed together. Video by Jim Le Fevre, Mike Paterson and Roops and Al Johnstone (RAMP ceramics), commissioned by the Crafts Council.
The film is based upon the principles of the Zoetrope – the difference being that instead of the slits that one would have in the drum around the side of the Zoetrope, it uses the shutter speed of the camera instead.