Oh, we just want to give Seattle-based musician and jewelry designer Alexandra Crockett a big bear hug for her illuminating book. Metal Cats offers a heartwarming look at the merry world of cute, fuzzy kitties and their proud owners, all of whom hail from the dark underworld that be the metal scene.
We’ve ended our search for the perfect table: UK-based designer Paul Cocksedge’s Poised Table creation, which is crafted from a single sheet of rolled steel, is sturdy enough to balance a regular bloke on the edge. It’s full of win.
As a graphic artist, I always appreciate a creator in a totally different field. I came across Kevin Wilkins’ handmade custom knives, and even though I’m not a knife collector and I don’t know much about the whole scene, the pure beauty of his creation really caught my eyes. I have always thought a knife […]
Nottingham-based design hobbyist Thomas Johnson has his own manufacturing facility, and he’s started a Kickstarter appeal to manufacture the Fusion Wallet, which is really a wallet made out of two aluminum plates, held with a rubber hinge, then wrapped in a hardwood covering.
Sri Lankan sculptor Prageeth Manohansa recently held his first solo exhibition in Singapore’s Galerie Steph, which includes a series of life-sized animal sculptures made out of recycled scrap metal. He started using found metal objects to create art since 2005, when he graduated with a Bachelor of Sculpture from the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. […]
Thinking of going out to see a Hard Rock/Industrial/Metal band? Chances are Hard Rock Chick has seen them before, and probably more than once. On her website, Hard Rock Chick chronicles her musical escapades and personal epiphanies at shows in a cool take on a classic concert review. She is also the Hard Rock and […]
Artist KaiTrees keeps a low profile online, so not many people know about his incredible sculptures of trees, made of wires twisted together and then painstakingly pulled back apart. He posts some pictures of his work on Deviant Art and has a few available for sale at ArtFire It’s worth zooming in close to see the incredible level of detail.
I just discovered the joy of working with metal and objects that would withstand a nuclear blast. We obey objects and that make us different from animals. My work is about how we want to be different from nature.
Elizabeth Goluch’s focus for the past ten years has been creating one-of-a-kind, larger than life, highly detailed metal insects. Each complex, nature perfect sculpture, incorporates gold, silver, enamel and gemstones in its construction. The decorative details reference elements of insect life, lore and environment.
I don’t know if I’ve had more fun at a show than when seeing ‘the greatest band of all time‘. How can you not love a stage full of heroes in full military gear blasting Arnold Schwarzenegger-themed metal into your earballs.
Balancing between the Oriental need for seduction and Western hunger for power, Harem Royal aims at satisfying the clashing demands of women’s secret desires. Femme Fatale Chic Noir, Deadly Gorgeous Glam Goth, Avant Garde Victorian Steampunk and Vampire Black Forest Taxidermy or just simply Screwpulous Jewelry. Beauty is a weapon, right? Can’t have the femme […]
I hadn’t heard of Skelator until the name was excitedly murmured amongst metal-heads in Seattle a couple of weeks ago. I’m new in town, so was dutifully checking out the local metal scene, and the Galway Arms was rammed with leather and spikes. There was a decidedly medieval theme, and I spotted at least one real sword.