The Beatles, for an Abbey Road cake.
Figurines by Niki
Excavator figurine, made with sculpey.
Looking at the works of Julie Mehretu while listening to Beethoven. Absorbing vast quantities of creative by the second.
The chairs from Pixar’s movie UP!
Wedding cake toppers made from sculpey 3, by figurines by niki.
Faces of the Divine
Katie Scott’s work is a mix of intricate scientific illustration and what you would see if you are some strange mushrooms.
Puddlegum the Marsh-wiggle.
Figurine by Niki
“As they drew nearer, the figure turned his head and showed them a long thin face with rather sunken cheeks, a tightly shut mouth, a sharp nose, and no beard. He was wearing a high, pointed hat like a steeple, with an enormously wide flat brim. The hair, if it could be called hair, which hung over his large ears was greeny-grey, and each lock was flat rather than round, so that they were like tiny reeds. … They now saw that he had very long legs and arms … The fingers of his hands were webbed like a frog’s, and so were his bare feet which dangled in the muddy water. He was dressed in earth-coloured clothes that hung loose about him.”
The Silver Chair, CS Lewis