It’s STILL Monday!… and you thought you were missing out this week. Check out our collection of cool things we found browsing the web.
Let’s get started,
Agnieszka Osipa draws influence from dark folklore, ambient pagan, and folk metal music. She does leatherwork, sewing, and beading to get her dark armor vibe.
Zac Freeman creates artworks made entirely of collected junk, found objects, and general trash. He glues the bits of junk to a wooden substrate to form an image, usually faces, which only can be seen at a distance.
Erica Williams’ love for nature significantly impacts her art. She is known for creating stunning, meticulous illustrations of anything found in nature — mostly plants, flowers, and animals.
Daria Hlazatova is an artist from a small town near the Carpathians in Ukraine. She loves drawing and creating handmade collages. Her illustrations, in all their intricacies and patterns, show most of her influences, from Slavic folklore and fairy tales to modern day pop culture icons.
And finally, Cheryl shared these nice aerial photographs from Zach Seckler. He rides that line between something being recognizable and becoming abstract.
You can see how he shoots these scenic views out of a two-seater airplane, roaming from place to place letting nature be his guide.