The driftwood art monsters by Jennifer Nurnberg make adorable pieces of sustainable art. Nurnberg is inspired by the oddly shaped driftwood she collects at the seaside, and uses the pieces of branches and wood to create adorable monsters. The whimsical creatures are brought to life with charming little eyes, teeth and striped socks painted on them. Some of the driftwood art pieces even serve purposes like a place to hang your keys and coat.
The combination of earthy textures and bright colors give the items a distinct neo-tribal feel to them. Nurnberg sells her brightly colored eco-monsters through her online shop, 'JEVO.'
As if these monsters weren't charming enough already, Nurnberg complements each monster's unique identity with names packed with personality like "Guldela, the Shy," and "Jimi Blue."
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