kim baise

Ok, this is exactly how I want to end this insanely busy week… with hilarious, weird, and ridiculously sweet artwork hanging from the ceiling! LA based artist Kim Baise creates these crazy mobiles with papier mache, paint and found sticks, which she then lovingly assembles with natural hemp twine. So awesome. ps. I’m gonna need that bike-riding-lollipop-licking unicorn, and a strawberry swirl ice cream ASAP.

{via Oh Happy Day}

comments (12)

  1. Brad @ Province. /// 06.06.2014 /// 8:04am

    These are the most incredible pieces I’ve seen in a long time. Cactus!

  2. English /// 06.06.2014 /// 8:40am

    These are magnificent! I’m going to have to purchase some of her work someday. 🙂

  3. maggie /// 06.06.2014 /// 10:30am

    Oh my gosh those bunnies on bicycles.

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  5. sam kelly /// 06.08.2014 /// 8:33am

    Oh, I love this so! So into artwork that uses materials from kids’ crafts to make something fresh and contemporary.

  6. Peggi /// 06.09.2014 /// 7:34am

    Dear Jealous Curator!
    First, I adore your blog and humor and writing! Second, I was so charmed by these mobiles I went straight to her Etsy store and mine will arrive in a month. So excited. Thank you for inspiring me in many ways!

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  8. Macheanimal /// 08.26.2014 /// 3:34am

    Stunning! I make also paper mache items.
    I know how long paper mache technique need. I very like Kim’s sketchy paper mache art.

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    I would love to sell these in my shop!

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