Since the exact history of the jack-o’-lantern isn’t definite, a fantastic way to learn about its history is to visit things that reference it, like this painting of the Headless Horseman.
The Hand is a 5″ x 8″ wood cut print designed and carved by artist Danny Schutt. Every print is made using acrylic paint and signed & numbered by the artist.
The Daisy Bouquet is a woodcut print designed and printed by Tugboat Printshop. All of their woodcuts are carved on birch plywood and printed on natural kitakata paper.
By simply taping leaves onto a painted wall you’re able to create a focal point that will surely impress your guests.
This minimalist approach to botanical art turns a palm frond into an elegant weaving.
Large scale “Buttonhole” screenprint by Derrick Greaves, major British artist, signed and numbered.
Mid-Century Rehab, a one-stop-art-shop located in Seattle, Washington, houses some of our favorite pieces on Krrb, such as this oil painting by the talented Tom Hamilton.
Artist Cathy Savels resides in France, where she has been revered as #1 in innovation. Her lived experience of France manifests in the coolest of cool-color palettes, knots of fabric, and geometric shapes.
Artists, Geometric Shapes, Knots, France, Fabrics, Blog, Culture
Discover Artists — Owning A Piece of Local Art and Culture ~ Krrb Blog
"This is a print from my original watercolor painting of Dorothy from my Black HERstory portrait series...inspired by the diversity of African American culture" —Artist Elayna Speight
Designed entirely by students in Rio De Janeiro, the Baralho Esdiano set started out as a graphic design project. These would look awesome framed simply in lucite!
Cards Design, Card Designs, Style, Cards Decks, Unique Students, Playing Cards, Plays Cards
52 Pieces of Art — Playing Cards Design ~ Krrb Blog - I Baralho Esdiano is a collective playing card deck in which each card was designed by an unique student in ESDI/UERJ during the year 2011. . - m2.behance.net
Set of six giclée prints framed in reclaimed wood with a rich charcoal frames.