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Artisanal: The Art of Whimsy

    • Tamar Mogendorff

      The Wild Bunch

      Like fantastical, unpredictable creatures, the “soft sculptures” Tamar Mogendorff stitches in her Brooklyn, NY studio inspire fantasy narratives for children and an aesthetic appreciation for adults. She brings her pieces to life with all kinds of materials—from Japanese textiles to tea-dyed linens and sequins from India.”Almost everything inspires me, she says. ”It can be the most banal thing, a random moment, even a book I happened to open.”

      tamarmogendorff.com

      The Wild Bunch
      • Ann Wood

        Wings of Desire

        “I’m interested in transformation: Cardboard boxes become turreted little castles and follies and windmills, and wretched and ruined old petticoats and gowns become sails for papier-mâché ships and boats,” says artisan Ann Wood, who has a particular penchant for vintage and antique garments. “There is a kind of affection and tenderness in the re-use and re-purposing of things that were once personal and perhaps treasured possessions.”

        annwoodhandmade.com

        Wings of Desire
        • Kim Baise

          Going Mobile

          “I hope that my art will remind the world to look up and smile,” says Kim Baise, who made her first mobile some three years ago for her then-infant son. Most of her pieces are made from discarded scraps of our existence: old newspapers, toothpicks, cereal boxes, and broken twigs. “From these components I create little characters—ethereal and yet lifelike—that exude personality and love from each mobile.”

          jikits.blogspot.com

          Going Mobile