By Livio Scarpella, these amazing carved stone sculptures are each embedded with a beautiful crystal in the centre. There’s something mystical and magical about the crystalline structure rooted in the heart of each veiled stone figure too.

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By ustwo games, having been anticipating the release of the stunning game that is Monument Valley for some months now, it’s incredible success and extraordinary originality as a iOS game is amazing. I have never wanted to frame each level on my wall as I’ve progressed through a game so much! 


By Keegan Luttrell, Postcards From Atlantis — these beautiful Rorschach-esque photographic manipulations are representations of locations that present the relics and ruins left after chaos strikes. 


By Hari & Deepti, each of these incredible hand-cut paper diorama’s has a delicate LED light inside it to illuminate the scene perfectly, has been crafted by the artist couple. The depth and detail of each story is transformed by that tiny glowing light. 

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By Yoshitoshi Kanemaki, these astounding hand-carved camphor wood sculptures are chiselled out by the Japanese artist and have an brilliant eerie realism. The detail on the skulls are inspired, I want one so badly. 

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By Chloe Giordano, easily one of my favourite artists of the moment, stitching the most incredible, stunningly beautiful little woodland critters in perfect illustrative detail. I want to buy that little mouse with all my heart.


By Aaron Billings, one of my favourite illustrators of the moment—working in beautiful simple lines he creates these wonderful abstract forms and figures. His Instagram is full of extra goodies, and even some embroidery! 

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By Dan Lish, these are part of a wonderful series of sketches titled ‘A Girls Best Friend’, I love the contrasting colours between the monsters and the human counterpart. It would be magical to read a story to accompany each of the images, and the depth behind each one. 


By Chris Ritson, combining ceramic art and alchemy these extraordinary ornaments would really make a statement piece for your glass cabinet! 

"Bismuth is an archival element, that under specific, synthetic conditions crystalizes into a distinct hopper shaped crystal form. This crystalline structure of multicolored lattice of cubes within cubes is utilized to simulate the Tesseract, a 4th Dimensional cube."

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By Marlon de Azambuja, each of these smart looking bird cages are architectural models of some of the worlds most famous art galleries, from Tate Modern, to the Guggenheim! I think they’re a mighty bit nicer than my grandmothers pet birds current digs. 

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