Art #animals #found photographs #installation #nature #paper #plants October 21, 2020 Grace Ebert “Intimate Immensity” (2016). Photograph by Trevor Good. All images © Clare Börsch, shared with permission Sprawling across paint-chipped walls and tiny alcoves, the collaged installations of artist Clare Börsch mimic overgrown jungles and whimsical...
 Design Photography #architecture #books #film #travel October 21, 2020 Grace Ebert All images © Wally Koval, shared with permission Devotees of Wes Anderson’s films can spot the pastel architecture and simple signage synonymous with the American director’s aesthetic anywhere, a notion that’s proven in a newly...
 Art Craft Music #flowers #guitars #knitting October 20, 2020 Grace Ebert “Flower Power” (2020), knitted wool and Fender Stratocaster, 106.7 x 12.7 x 38.1 centimeters. All images courtesy of The Big Art Auction, shared with permission A new piece by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos (previously) envelops...
 Colossal October 20, 2020 Grace Ebert There are just ten days left to submit your art for consideration in the winter issue (#24) of Create! Magazine, which will be curated by our editor-in-chief, Christopher Jobson. Create! has been dedicated to promoting...
A family of four enlisted the help of Reflect Architecture to renovate this modest house near Wychwood Barns in Toronto. The buyers knew it would mean living in close quarters but it could work with the right layout....
 Art History #archaeology #cats October 20, 2020 Grace Ebert A new discovery on the side of the Mirador Natural Hill in Peru reveals that common feline activities—namely sprawling out in the most comfortable position—have remained relatively stable throughout the last 2,000 years. This...
 Colossal October 20, 2020 Grace Ebert “Anchor.” All images © Lisa Ericson, shared with permission In her hyperrealistic paintings, artist Lisa Ericson (previously) spotlights the myriad ways animal life and the natural world are connected, a theme she depicts by positioning...
 Illustration #books #narrative #whales October 19, 2020 Grace Ebert All images © Xuan Loc Xuan, shared with permission In a whimsical narrative by Xuan Loc Xuan, an adventurous whale named Lucille traverses a bustling urban center, densely populated forest, and other dry-land locales on...
Thanks to Melissa Goldstein, Shayan Asgharnia and Damaris Garcia for words, photos and styling. “I’m obsessed with posting something you’ve never fucking seen – or, something you’ve seen, but I get to recontextualize it,” says Jerald Cooper, founder of...
 Photography #flowers #light #nature #water October 19, 2020 Grace Ebert All images © Cig Harvey, shared with permission Cig Harvey is adept at spotting both nature’s sublime qualities and the beauty in mundane moments. The serene shots frequently feature a human intervention, like outstretched arms...