Keep calm and go 3D

Charuau on PCDaily

Celine Charuau’s Empty Flower has a chiseled freshness that’s both organic and sculptural. It’s part of this French artist’s promotion for her Organic Forms 3D workshop at the September 11-13 Staedtler Symposium in France.

Need more calming influences? Browse her whole series of petal groups on Flickr and keep up with her on Facebook as well.

Calm and lucky

Five winners will be chosen every week in September by Staedtler, makers of Fimo. They’ll each receive 200 Euros (that’s $262.60 dollars). To be eligible,¬†enter online on the Staedtler Facebook page.

Plugged in polymer

Johnson on PCDaily

If you feel at home online, you may appreciate Jake Johnson’s Professor Poindexter, a 16 3/4″ x 9 1/2″ polymer, wood and wire sculpture that he’s airbrushed and hand painted with acrylics.

Jake is a sci-fi, horror, fantasy kind of guy and he calls his Etsy shop Dr. Sculptenstein’s Laboratory. His sculptures make the most sense on Mondays when we’re all trying to get our signals straight.

Like the mad professor, I like being wired. After weeks of conferences and travel, it’s good to be plugged in again.

Happy Labor Day and welcome to fall.