Blog

Enjoy a collection of musings, deep thoughts and good times from our crew here at Foerstel.

puzzled

While many jigsaw junkies enjoy making order out of chaos, Vancouver-based artist Tim Klein breaks the rules by playing the game his own creative way.

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nomadic, modular structure

UK-based artist and designer Hannah Waldron, has steadily been expanding her textiles practice through a multifaceted career involving exhibitions, research projects, teaching and design collaborations.

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crystal clear

Carly Waito’s paintings are so crystal clear you have to take a second (or third) look to make sure they are not photos. They’re all

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logos from memory

Signs.com asked dozens of Americans to draw the logos of well-known companies from memory, including Domino’s, Apple, Adidas, and Starbucks. As you can see, there

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elephas anthropogenus

For his Elephas Anthropogenus project, Uli Westphal collected European illustrations of elephants dating from the fall of Rome to the end of the Renaissance, a period

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people matching artwork

People Matching Artwork Photographer Stefan Draschan visits museums around Europe to see not just the artwork but the people observing the artwork. In his series

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Beth Moon - HEART OF THE DRAGON

ancient trees

Decorating the holiday tree here at the Foerstel office got us thinking about trees. Trees hold a special place in our lives, in our hearts and

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perfectly plump shapes

Seoul-based illustrator Daye Kim’s main motivation for being an illustrator is the fact it allows her to do “cool things for a living”. Her work

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pantone food

Lucia Litman certainly grew up, but that didn’t stop her playing with her food. The digital marketer, occasional photographer and food stylist loves to match

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floating sketches

Cambodian artist Visoth Kakvei masterfully brings together symbolism and style, and no sketchbook has enough pages for his creativity. The 27-year-old graphic designer usually draws

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playing with reality

Texas-born photographer Damien Maloney describes his style as “somewhere between recording what is in front of me and playing with things to see if I

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miniature wonderlands

UK-based artist Jenny Ayrton captures miniature wonderlands in molten glass. She encases delicate metal drawings within blocks of glass using a sand-casting technique. The unpredictable flow

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woodn't you believe it?

On view at 303 Gallery in New York, artist Matt Johnson presents 4 cardboard boxes, 5 rolls of painters tape, 2 broken styrofoam chunks, and

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futuristic retro illustrations

Colombian illustrator Stefhany Lozano describes her work as “figurative paintings” inspired by memories from her childhood, family, people she’s met and places she’s been. “I

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library of colors

Today, every color imaginable is at your fingertips. You can peruse paint swatches at hardware stores, flip through Pantone books, and fuss with the color

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