Things I think are scathingly brilliant: Coralia

coralia cuff

This breathtakingly beautiful piece is by New South Wales artist Simone Russell.   Incredibly fine pure silver hand woven metalwork accented with pearls & crystals; wouldn’t you love to have this glistening on your wrist?    Simone’s metalwork is inspired by the coral reefs of the Pacific; more stunningly beautiful pieces are available at Coralia.

Things I think are scathingly brilliant: Timothy Flood

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This caught my eye; a cast iron & barbed wire sculpture by  Denver artist Timothy Flood.  Aptly titled ‘ Self Preservation’  the eggs say either protection or seclusion.  It’s a great use of the protective ‘nest’ & the use of such unyielding materials to create a nurturing space is wonderful!

Take a look at Timothy’s other work at his online store.

Things I think are scathingly brilliant: Munglerump Studio

mekey tote bagsitting girl tote bag

Practical, eco-friendly, budget friendly & gorgeous; what more could you ask for?   These are just two from the range of tote bag designs by Geelong artist Zoe, available from munglerumpstudio.  They’re so fabulous I’ve already bought one & I  want them all!

Things I think are scathingly brilliant: Plastik Wrap

Isn’t this dress & detachable harness (so you can wear it with other outfits if you want to) just divine?  The cut, construction & fabric fit together so well & that harness is truly amazing!  Check out this & all the other brilliant designs available from PlastikWrap wearable, fabulous avant garde clothing; great to see.

Things I think are scathingly brilliant: Amy Ferguson

Fabulous photography by Amy Ferguson.  I love the shadows, shapes & spaces between the hands in these pieces.   Such interesting & beautiful work; I can imagine them as a feature in just about any type of room.

They’re available from Amy’s Etsy store

Amy is a photography student, can’t wait to see what else she comes up with in future with a start this brilliant!