London-based chocolatier Paul A. Young shows us how to make his famous salted caramel-filled Easter egg—with a little help from B&Q.
In Joshua Tree, California, artist Eric Petersen is turning digital artworks into handmade translucent illustrations.
French artist Mathieu Le Proux uses stop-motion animation to bring his papercraft creations to life.
Jay Riggio’s otherworldly mashups source discarded magazines and books.
In order to illustrate Ruben Pater’s 'Drone Survival Guide' from a new perspective, conceptual artist Jim Ricks sourced a rug from Afghan carpet makers.
Self-taught artist Spenser Little shows off some of his amazing handmade wire statues.
If you're a NY-based artist, here's a chance to be published.
Yuken Teruya turns currency into miniature plants.
Andrew Firth can turn a European-grade plastic human skull into pretty much anyone.
YouTuber Brusspup handcrafts his own optical illusions.
A Bogota designer promotes DIY data viz using balloons, tape, and other things you can find in your drawers.
Libs Elliot does not make your average, itchy quilt.