Friday, December 18, 2009

Inspiration in Light and Nature

Hannah Nunn has one of the most beautiful, inventive products that I've ever seen on Etsy and it's no surprise to me what so ever that she's an "outside the box" thinker.

I've never seen this type of artwork before, but it was one of those moments where I instantly saw something and reacted with an "Oooohh! I want that!" responses.

The artist is a UK based designer that makes her beautiful creations from within her studio located at her ‘bricks and mortar’ creative lighting shop ‘Radiance’ in Hebden Bridge in the North of England.

She's inspired by the beauty and intricacy of plants and flowers and loves to make botanical studies by drawing with light and shadow. She often draws her inspiration from walks in the countryside and the photographs she takes on these walks as well as a beautiful flower shop located near her home.

Hannah often cuts much of her designs by hand, which is her preferred method over the laser method that she sometimes also uses for more detailed and intricate precision as well as to engrave into the paper to let more light shine through.

All of the pieces in her shop are beautiful, intricate pieces of art. Wonderful accents that could be a breathtaking addition to any room and I personally wish I could buy out her entire shop!

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT HANNAHNUNN'S SHOP OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

6 comments:

Mandy said...

Her shop is so pretty~ great find!

debi said...

Oooh, that is nice!, I love your "snow" too, very cool! Merry Christmas. debi

owlsomegifts said...

that is so pretty!!!

blackdahliadesigns said...

Gorgeous! She has the most wonderful things

Rana.Asaad said...

thats nice

Rachel Lucie Johns said...

just found this wonderful post about my friend, and fellow Hebden Bridger, Hannah. All I can say is that her lamps are even more amazing in person.
Rachel x

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