herzensart dolls and art

posted by the scholar on December 11th, 2007
filed under: art, for kids, textiles

look at these handmade works crafted by german artist sandra monat. sandra’s portfolio is filled with witty and wonderfully detailed creations, made primarily of felt and cotton. it’s clear that everything here is made with the special ingredient (love, or do i even need to mention it?).






sandra aptly calls her dolls art toys, since admiring and collecting them isn’t exclusive to kids. her talents aren’t limited to vikings either – look too at her collections of embroidered dream guardians and birds, gently placed in quietly powerful scenes:



lots and lots of good energy flowing here.

view her portfolio on her website and be sure to see her blog too!

via kitsune noir

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8 Responses to “herzensart dolls and art”

  1. MySpace Text Says:

    They are cute. This is modern art.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi my space,

    yes i agree. it’s nice to have something happy and fun to squeeze at any age, isn’t it? 🙂

    thanks for stopping by!

  3. technabob Says:

    I love the helga helmets.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hahaha! i love it all.

    always nice 2 c u bob!

  5. At home with Kim Vallee Says:

    The vikings look so cute.

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi kim,

    i agree, the vikings are awfully cute. if you go to her website you can see the other soft toys she makes too – they are all so sweet!

    thanks for the visit!

  7. Friederike! & Sandra Says:

    hello, thanks so much for íntroducing our work! :o) F!&S.

  8. the scholar Says:

    hello friederike & sandra!

    how nice to see you! i am so happy to have found your collection – everything is so well designed and imaginative.

    thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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