ABIGAIL BROWN’S PAPER MÂCHÉ CREATIONS

These gorgeous creations of London-based artist Abigail Brown are the only kind of animals that should be ever be stuffed or mounted on a wall. Abigail is most widely known for her bird sculptures, which have been sold and exhibited across the globe and featured in magazines such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Elle Decoration.

Abigail Brown
Bear – paper mâché sculpture

Abigail Brown
G-Squizz – Animal God sculpture

Abigail Brown
Tiger – paper mâché head

Abigail Brown
Ulli – animal God sculpture

Abigail Brown
Indian Jackal – paper mâché head

Abigail Brown
Rose Crowned Fruit Dove

Look up

I am obsessed with space. There are very few things that are as humbling as looking up to the heavens on a cloudless night. I don’t think it’s possible for us mere humans to fully grasp the magnitude of the universe because there no words to adequately describe it. If you get a chance, take a walk tonight and look up. Marvel at everything you see.

All these illustrious worlds, and many more,
Which by the tube astronomers explore:
And millions which the glass can ne’er descry,
Lost in the wilds of vast immensity;
Are suns, are centres, whose superior sway
Planets of various magnitudes obey.

– Sir Richard Blackmore, The Creation

Space
Anewall Decor

Space
Ditty Drops

Space
The Op Spot

Space
Dangerdust

Winsome Easel – changing the world

As you all know, I love art. Art is transformative. It helps us to see the world in different ways. Art can move people, it can rally people, it can be the catalyst for great change.

Creating social awareness through art is something I believe in and support which is why I want to share the work of Winsome Easel with you.

Winsome Easel believes that beautiful words and authentic relationships can transform this world. Because of this, 10% of all proceeds go to ending human trafficking and modern day slavery through an End It Movement partner organization called Made in a Free World. Your purchase is helping make a difference in the global story of freedom!”

Oh and it also helps that Kristin’s work is gorgeous too. You can buy beautiful art and help change the world. Win win!

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