I was going through crochet things on Vimeo recently (as you may have noticed from a few of the recent video-focused posts) and I spotted the Global Thinking Pod, an interactive art project by artist Viviane Le Courtois that combines crochet and community.
Yesterday I shared the crochet wire art by Suzane Beaubrun that I spotted when I stopped into City Art Gallery. Enquanto eu estava lá, I saw a second artist working in this great medium: Sasha Merritt.
I recently stopped into the City Art gallery here in San Francisco and happily stumbled upon the beautiful crochet wire jewelry art by Suzane Beaubrun.
In my last roundup of beautiful crochet art, I mentioned street artist Julia Riordan. Her work is amazing so I wanted to share more of it with you today.
I always love everything that Maya makes over at Little Treasures, so it’s no surprise that I love the things that inspire her as well. I was immediately captured by her post about crochet jewelry artist Miho Fujita and was compelled to find out more information about the artist if I could.
Sam Moss has a beautiful Instagram feed where she shares stories through mixed media miniatures that incorporate crochet.
Bas de Braver, also known as Zabbez, is a crochet designer who creates really unique flower doll patterns. The dolls are tall and lanky, reminding me a little of the Lalylala dolls and the dolls from Edward’s Menagerie, but they are unique and original in their floral inspiration. Today we’ll learn more about them and the designer from an interview.