Ella Robinson sources materials washed up from the sea to create vibrant mixed artworks textiles. The Royal College of Art graduate’s work is bright, colorful, and equally inspired by cities and the coast.
Abigail Brown has created a magical batch of lifelike birds from fabric and traditional hand sewing techniques.
Using old maps as her canvas, Claire Brewster makes intricate pieces of art that take the form of birds and flowers. This simple idea is really effective, and is a great use of discarded paper.
Midlands-based artist Jennifer Collier creates incredibly detailed sculptures entirely from paper. She sews together scraps donated to her studio to make a remarkable range of realistic machines including a camera and a sewing machine.
Tine De Russyer‘s World Money Project consists of a line of jewelry made of carefully folded banknotes from around the world.
Using just paper and a scalpel, Rebecca J. Coles creates these swarms of butterflies that look as though they may take off.