The Week in Craft: August 9, 2017

The Week in Craft: August 9, 2017

Your weekly dose of links about craft, art, design, and whatever else we’re excited about sharing

Caroline Hayes Charuk Quilt 2

Caroline Hayes Charuk, Quilt 2, 2016, cement, pigment, muslin, mason twine, 36 x 36 in.

Courtesy of the artist

We’re loving these striking concrete quilts by artist Caroline Hayes Charuk.

This Belgian building only appears to be a church.

This village in Indonesia is a study in color.

An exhibition in east Tennessee presents quilts that highlight moments in history, including September 11.

Raleigh-based artist Yumi Okita makes lifelike representations of moths and insects out of fiber, fur, and feathers.

We’re stunned by all the beautiful ways bricks have been used around the world, compiled together in a book of photographs by Philip Jodidio.

Tel Aviv fashion designer Danit Peleg has launched the world’s first commercial 3D-printed collection available to purchase online.

San Francisco's recently opened Color Factory is already sold out, but you can still hop on their email list for updates about interactive, color-infused experience.

Searching for an amazing design experience? Artsy.com helps you out with this list of the top 11 design residency programs in the world.

Learn how to make breathtaking paper flowers in the style of San Francisco artist Tiffanie Turner by checking out The Fine Art of Paper Flowers. The book will be in stores on August 22.

Fiber artist HOTTEA has completed his largest installation to date. Hot Lunch, a 60-foot tall installation in the atrium of the Mall of America, is inspired by the work ethic of one of his assistants, a dedicated cafeteria employee.

Last weekend the United Kingdom hosted Spoonfest. If you couldn’t make it there, you should really check out their amazing Instagram feed for all the highlights.