Micromosaic Jewelry by Cynthia Toops.

Micromosaic Jewelry by Cynthia Toops.

* Cynthia Toops has been working with polymer clay since the 1980s. She is well-known for her figurative micromosaic pieces, which you can see below. The metal elements of these brooches and pendants were made by Chuck Domitrovich. Aren’t these pieces beautiful?...
Polymer Sculptures by Angelika Arendt.

Polymer Sculptures by Angelika Arendt.

* Angelika Arendt is an artist based in Berlin. She creates these intricate sculptures using polymer clay. Aren’t they beautiful? They remind me of underwater plants and animals. To see more of Angelika’s work I invite you to visit her Website and Flickr...
Polymer Clay Mini Plants by Iratxe Maruri.

Polymer Clay Mini Plants by Iratxe Maruri.

* Iratxe Maruri is an artist based in Bilbao, Spain. After graduating with a bachelor in journalism, she studied illustration and drawing in Barcelona. Today I want to share these cute little plants that she created with polymer clay and wood. The best news is that...
Alice in Wonderland in Plasticine. By Gianluca Maruotti.

Alice in Wonderland in Plasticine. By Gianluca Maruotti.

* Gianluca Maruotti  is a freelance illustrator, puppet maker, stop motion animator and director, based in Rome, Italy. He makes animated videos for cinema, TV, and musicians, as well as editorial illustrations and picture books,  using mainly plasticine. Today I want...
More Plasticine.

More Plasticine.

* I recently blogged about the beautiful work that Irma Gruenholz does with plasticine. Today I want to share some pictures of what other talented designers have done with this versatile material. Don’t miss the animation on the bottom! Happy Monday! Elsita By...
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