Get inspired by the most successful craft artists of the Domestika community in 2020
Craft has acquired many followers, but the image it evokes can be old-fashioned and doesn’t reflect the many possibilities it offers. For this reason, crafts are often considered an unsung category of the creative world.
The best way to learn about this art form is by exploring what contemporary craft artists are doing to innovate and rejuvenate old techniques like embroidery, ceramics, collage, and crocheting. The possibilities are endless, and we are here to prove it.
Reset and change your Instagram feed, with images from creatives from around the world that will surprise and inspire you to take on a craft.
Tatiana is an American ceramicist who aims to communicate the female essence in her clay pieces. She captures female empowerment reminiscent of the feminist movements of the 60s and 70s in the painted lips that protrude out of her pieces.
Dutch textile artist Natalie uses embroidery to give a new meaning to the objects she comes across, such as stones, lampposts, and old photographs. Her work is minimalist and colorful and inspired by nature and her dreams.
She began her career as a jewelry designer, but she has focused on textile production over the last few years. Her tapestry work reveals her vision of the world and brings beauty and innovation to the textile scene.
This Trinidadian artist's work addresses serious issues and denounces the problems suffered by black women in the Caribbean. Nneka uses needles and thread as if they were paintbrushes and paint, in order to make these women visible.