About the James Castle's comment is so impressed to me! awesome★
Aaaah its only been a few days and I feel like I've missed out on too much...I shall have to scroll down :-)I love these creations! Well anything with cardboard really; it's so versatile and it always reminds of making dollshouses when i was little.
thank you so much for the link. his work is magical!
These are so whimsical! Thank you for introducing Jakob's work, they're full of amazing details!
You never fail to inspire !!!!Love this post, the works are really great
I love these fragile beauties, thanks for sharing, i think I need to read some more on him.
I remember growing up in Idaho, we used to, in elementary school, make "James Castle style" art with soot, cardboard and natural pigments. :)
Amazing images created. So raw and expressive.
what lovely whimsical work! thanks for sharing, and i hope you have a lovely week!xo urban flea :)http://www.urbanfleadesign.net
His works are really great. Thanks for sharing!
Nice. Before I read what you said about the artist, it came to my mind that this is by someone who didn't like to grow up.
it´s so special and emotional!
Neat. Reminds me in a way of the HCA paper dolls you showed last week.
so interesting! I would like to see a movie about him (I saw a trailer or something on his web). Thank you for a great link again! :)
How cool, thanks for posting!
outsider art is pure genius! to create like a child with no ego...now thats something to aspire to!
wow.thanksfor theamazing inspiration!
amazing! thanks for this post, i need to read more about this artist, love the materials.
WOW Looks great!
thanks for this. His work is so beautiful and very special.
Thanks for the James Castle link Elisabeth - we like!
This catalogue from his recent show at Douglas Hyde Gallery is pretty great too!http://www.douglashydegallery.com/exhibition.php?intProjectID=7&intOrder=5
Good tip Paul + Wendy.
thanks for sharing. i had never heard of james castle before, until seeing your post. i did some research and found out that his exhibit is now at the berkeley art museum! going to check it out this week! thanks again!
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