Posts Tagged ‘craft’

Willard Wigan creates micro-sculptures that you cannot see with the naked eye. He creates his sculptures from a grain of sand and he uses eyelashes to paint. The sheer complexity of the task to create these tiny worlds of wonder inside the eye of a needle or on the top of a pin, generates deep respect for […]


A new dawn appears to rise for the humo universales. Not so much the individual renaissance view but the more social view of the PRB (Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood) that honours the base selfish human need to create a true, undying companionship and regards craftsmanship as its base. At the start of the 20st century industrialisation separated concept and skill. […]