Find exceptional art and design on Wescover.
Creativity is actually everywhere. Whether it’s a custom made wall hanging in a local cafe or beautiful blue velvet couch at your favorite hotel, it’s amazing how many unique elements of art and design we pass by everyday. However, when these things catch our eye, we’re left wondering: “Who made it?” “What’s the story?” and “Where can I find more?”
Wescover connects the people, places, and stories behind design objects that impact our everyday lives. Here, each item has context like you’d find in a gallery—from who the original Creator is, to what the story was behind it, to where you can see their work in the real world.
Every object takes a journey. Make it part of your story.
Artisan objects are created with care—from the imaginations of our local creators, they take shape in their studios and, once they’re sold, they’re a part of our stories too. These creator-made works are exceptional elements within our lives. If you have a space you’d like to share or creator you’d like to support, contact us.
" I was always inspired by the stories of passionate creators, the trouble is finding them - It almost feels like a secret. Once I uncover one, I feel the urge to let everyone know about them as they deserve it."
" We leave our mark on the world every day, this is the story objects around us tell. The more I listen, the better I can hear it. We are building Wescover so we can all share that experience."
" Design can be subjective, the important part is to bring the creators to the front of the stage and let them shine."
" Design hunting is my favorite part of travel. I love getting to know a place through its creators, sharing their work, and being reminded of them in my own spaces."
" I find myself inspired by the beauty in my daily encounters. Whether I'm in a local cafe, a neighbor's Victorian apartment, or surrounded by nature, these places make me want to leave my own mark on the world. The way I see it, art is an expression of life and the human experience. Life itself is art."
" Art and design are my lifestyle. As an architect involved in historic preservation, I like to explore artwork, design details, and any elements that combine modern with traditional styles. I see them in everything that surrounds me and am inspired by new creators who fill our interior spaces with these things."
" Every time I roam around, I can't help but admire each people's ingenuity. Their designs reflect their passion and artistry that it motivates me to improve my craft in discovering more about them and their creations."
" I am always fascinated with people's creativity. I tend to get inspired by their creation and their talent. The beauty of things around us is someone else's masterpiece, shared to inspire and uplift each one of us."
"Encountering these arts in their different forms lets me see the world in a new light, and it gives me the freedom to go places where I wouldn't or may not be able to go to in my regular life. I feel very privileged to be part of the Wescover team because this has given me opportunities to experience different works of art."
Every city, space, and individual teems with stories. I nourish myself with the value of others' creations because art is a medium of expressing experiences and emotions that connect us all. This is why I write. There is something to be said about noticing the beauty of our everyday lives.
" Having been an artist my whole life, I am always aware of the way design is curated and presented in a space. I am also aware that every object of design has a story, and I thoroughly believe that every story is worth being shared. These stories drive my creative and art-hungry spirit to explore the stories behind every space."
"I was always enjoying traveling and searching for beautiful things that incorporate my life as part of the stories. Looking at the art pieces and connecting to the stories are what changing my perspective of the world. Art makes people to remember and I make art as my spirit."
" Whether you notice it or not, design plays a huge role in the emotional impact of a space on it's occupant. I stop to discover the stories behind design objects. It connects me to something special about the space it occupies and the creator behind it. Knowledge is power, and that goes for aesthetics too."