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Crocheted toasts and turkey dinners prepared with fibres

Crocheted toasts, ramen, and turkey dinners are prepared with fibres by Maria Skog

 

 

Maria Skog guarantees her orange slices, turkey, and eggs won’t spoil. She crochets fibre-based creations with preservation in mind, ensuring that every berry and bagel stays as fresh as the day they were made.

 

Based in Närpes, Finland, Skog began crafting the fare for her two daughters about 12 years ago when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. The practice was meditative and calming. “If I wouldn’t survive, I wanted the girls to have living memories of me, and I thought that they would remember us playing together with the food I crocheted myself,” she says.

 

 

 

Grace Ebert for ThisisColossal.com. January 2023.  All images © Maria Skog.

 

Make your own paper models of retro computers and games

Reboot your nostalgia: make your own paper models of retro computers and games

 

 

Designer Rocky Bergen folds us back into the world of dialup and floppy disks with a delightfully retro collection of paper computers and gaming systems.

 

His DIY models faithfully recreate classic technology like the first Apple II complete with Oregon Trail or the more obscure IMSAI 8080 system and multiple Commodore platforms.

 

 

Grace Ebert, ThisisColossal. November 2022.

All images © Rocky Bergen

 

Masterfully designed LEGO animals

Masterfully designed LEGO animals by Felix Jaensch

 

 

German artist Felix Jaensch has an uncanny ability to translate the ruffle of parrot feathers or the lumpy fur of orangutans into lifelike LEGO sculptures.

 

He shares many of his original designs on Flickr and a few pieces including the red fox are available is DIY kits through MOC Nation.

 

 

ThisisColossal, Christopher Jobson. September 2016

Wearable interpretations in handmade Garments

Influential Artworks find wearable interpretations in handmade Garments

 

 

After a museum visit, we might pick up a postcard or T-shirt as a memento of the artworks we’ve enjoyed most. Brooklyn-based blogger Ariel Adkins, who is also Curator of Art, Culture & Community at Twitter, takes her love of masterpieces to the next level by creating one-of-a-kind apparel inspired by some of the world’s most influential artists.

 

Donning capes, dresses, and coveralls in bright colours and bold patterns, Adkins draws inspiration from a variety of aesthetics and eras to make garments for herself and for people she meets who share a similar love for the power of expression.

 

Painting directly onto the fabric of the clothing, she translates the forms and hues of specific artworks into wearable compositions.

 

Adkins is the creator of Artfully Awear, which began as a way of responding to grief and healing in response to the loss of her mother, who was an artist.

 

Through the language of fashion, both a personal and public assertion of identity and style, she continues the project as an embodiment of joy and a unique way of kindling togetherness. She also admires iconic fashion like designer Michelle Smith’s dress worn by Michelle Obama in Amy Sherald’s portrait, utilizing her platform to share stories of groundbreaking moments in art history.

 

 

By Kate Mothes, on ThisisColossal.com , May 2022.