South African born, Jennifer Maestre takes the ordinary coloured pencil and turns the pencil itself into artwork, the pencil is given new life as the art, instead of just being a tool and facilitator of art. The process is simple, but Jennifer manages to create wonderfully detailed sea creatures with her pencils.
Although at first glance Surf and Sand Pops might not sound too appealing. Visions of sand in your bathing suite and wind-swept beaches might dance in front of you but these Surf Pops developed by Thought For Food to celebrate the Deep Craft Atelier Pop-up simply smack of the taste of the sea.
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This house, situated in Xove, Spain, was designed by Jesús San Vicente Domingo and has the advantage of having both sea views and terrestrial views. Because of this duality of surroundings, the house itself has what seems like two personalities. On one hand it is a rock, stable and solid against the ravages of time but on the other hand it is as changeable as the sea it overlooks.