Headed up by illustrator Baku Maed, Ribbonesia started in July 2010 when he teamed up with 3 friends to launch the site which  features this talented man’s growing body of work.

Little OnNom brought Ribbonesia’s work to the HoBsters eyes and since she did I for one cannot stop looking!

Ribbons are not just decorative trimmings, this is an art form in it’s self.  Ribbonesia are taking origami like designs and turning them into mini sculptures.

I for one am completely agog at their works and find them a complete source of inspiration.  Simply beautiful.

You would be wise to check out their newly relaunched website ribbonesia.com now.  Be prepared for your eyes to fall out like a rapidly unravelling reel of ribbon!

We were greatly thankful that Baku took time out of ribbon crafting to complete our HoB probe!

The best thing about creating something for other people is…

To share the good surprise

The best thing about creating something for myself is…

Finding something beyond my expectations

My biggest inspiration is…

Nature surroundings

Without ______ I wouldn’t be able to do what I do.

Creative hunger

Who or what can’t you get enough of at the mo’?

Strange creatures of nature

What’s your favorite kind of day?

A day after deadline

What’s next?

Small insects make it big
















About Aichee

Generally found with too many craft projects on the go at once: be it things out of beads, stitches, paper or Japanese robot kits. Has a tendency to loose needles in cushions. Appreciates a list with a drop shadowed tick box, likes rummaging around vintage wares, getting her face into a graphic novel or two, retro gaming, feeding her eyes with some nice art and design, moderately obsessed with skulls, cross stitch, vinyl/Japanese toys. Uses too many condiments when dining and is worryingly obsessed with English Mustard. Often get’s told she has a large head.

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