These Heart Teapots are the most involved ones I’ve seen. Not completely sure where the tea pours out from… pot luck I guess Heart Teapot: Anatomy Lesson, Yixing Series, c. 1987, … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of wearing a Bert Gilbert “Dentists Cuff” on the Eat Your Heart Out shoot a few weeks ago and it’s a heavy piece of kit. Totally amazing. … Continue reading
These anatomical hearts are hand beaded from Rocailles beads by Ukraine craftist Olya Mytsko. Her collections are available on Etsy.
The ‘diseased’ ceramics of Tamsin Van Essen at first glance appear to be delicate pots, but look closer and read their titles, you soon realise, all is not what it seems. … Continue reading
The embroidered ‘Cell Series’ by Laura Katherine McMillan are Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes. She says; ‘I began this series of embroideries as a way to fuse my background studies … Continue reading
The ‘Blood Bag Project’ blog documents a craft project that aims to raise awareness of the rare blood condition Diamond Blackfan Anaemia. You can download a free blood bag template here and get creating … Continue reading
If you’ve ever visited the Wellcome Collection in London, you’ll know that it has a beautiful foyer with a café run by Peyton and Byrne, and a Blackwell bookshop housing the … Continue reading
Thanks to Knitty, you can knit your own cuddly womb. Apparently it only comes in ‘One’ size.
This bubbling skin jewellery by Masako Onodera it perfectly explained by the names of the pieces; From top: Germination Brooch 3, Eruption Cuff, Eruption necklace She says of her work; “…My work is the apparatus … Continue reading