Sophie Dalla Rosa, I have no idea how she makes these or what exactly they are, but I have been captivated by the plant-like knit/crochet captured inside the glass, so fascinating.
Laurent Le Deunff sculptures are so tactile, they just make you want to run your hands over the various textures and surfaces.
These beautiful origami sculptures by Origami Roman are incredible, I personally like the unicorn, after all they are horses with swords on their face.
Joshua Ben Longo, I love how disgusting, but pretty this is, I really like the pink colour.
Joshua Ben Longo, the reoccurring theme through his animalistic sculptures just makes me want to put my hand inside them, even though that’s weird.
Scott Weaver, this is one of the most intricate wooden sculptures I think I’ve ever seen, incredible. It took 35 years to construct from scratch, with toothpicks.
Glass Camel has created truly astounding needle felting sculptures, Invader Zim was one of my favourites.
Kathy Ludwig, Hosting Parasites, there’s something quite eerie and odd about these, but I rather like them.
Paul Villinski, these are all found, odd gloves that he picks up and stitches together, I really like the idea of a person strapping this on and flying away.
Debbie Smyth, I saw her work some months ago in Stafford, it’s deceptively complex and really beautiful, the squiggles around each person really makes them stand out from the equally linear buildings.