Paper artist Patrick Cabral, who is based in Manila, has created a gorgeous series of intricate paper sculptures of endangered species and is donating half of any sales revenue to … Continue Reading PopNature: Hand-cut paper sculptures of endangered species
In a refreshing departure from the typical “wash me” or stick figure banality often seen on filthy parked cars, Moscow-based illustrator Nikita Golubev has started a series called “dirty car art” … Continue Reading PopNature: Animal portraits on dirty cars by Nikita Golubev
According to their website, Kikkerland Design is a place “where creativity runs rampant and even the most utilitarian gadget becomes a delightful discovery.” That certainly seems to be the case. … Continue Reading PopNature: Charming animal-inspired multi tools by Kikkerland Design
According to her website, Iven Kawi got her start as an “artisan home baker” when she made a batch of cookies for her daughter’s school in 2013. Since then, she’s … Continue Reading PopNature: Succulent-inspired cakes by Iven Kawi
Maybe you haven’t heard of Thomas Paulsom. Back in 2012, his fantastic LEGO representations of British birds popped up on Lustik and Flickr. Since then, his creations have garnered enough praise … Continue Reading PopNature: Thomas Paulsom’s LEGO Birds Go Live as an Official Set
Japanese kids get all the best toys! Apparently, Japan has developed a cultural fascination with the giant isopod (Bathynomus giganteus). B. giganteus inhabits depths in excess of 170 meters where it … Continue Reading PopNature: Cuddly giant isopod plush toys and iPhone cases.