Benedetta Bonichi…

    Oooh so eerie!  These gives me goose bumps! Italian artist Benedetta Bonichi creates gorgeously grotesque creatures through x-ray imaging.  Love the jewelry and heels – these are really fashionable skeletons.  I just can’t get over her octopus/woman hybrid, it’s incredible. You can see more on Bonichi’s website, appropriately named, To See In The […]

Masquerade…

        Are you dressing up tomorrow?  Our house smells like freshly cut jack-o-lanterns, and the youngest has been counting the sleeps! I’m loving these images.  Beautiful masks, funny masks, creepy ones – they are just so much fun!  I have always wanted to go to a masquerade ball, so this was my […]

Amy Dawson…

      These little embroideries bring me so much joy!  I can’t get enough of that zebra girl! They are made by New Zealand artist Amy Dawson, also known as, Cheese Before Bedtime.  Ladies with flowers in their hair, bunny masks, and more.  So darling! At this time Dawson’s etsy shop, Cheese Before Bedtime, […]

Lisa Golightly…

    Why can’t summer last forever? I was looking out my window at the dreary, grey fog, and decided I had to post about something warm and happy.  First thing that popped into my mind was Portland artist Lisa Golightly.  Her beautiful paintings of blissful beach memories was exactly what I needed to see! […]

Maria Aparicio Puentes (again)…

      Yay!  A new series from mixed media artist Maria Aparicio Puentes, called Be Brilliant.  And it is brilliant! I wrote about Puentes a few months ago (read it here), and I was excited to see some new images when I visited her website yesterday.  In this series she collaborates with photographers Tatjana Radičević, […]

Amy Judd (again)…

    I love Amy Judd’s paintings!  She was the very first artist I wrote about (read it here). These paintings were featured in a Harper’s Bazaar article, “Light as a Feather”.  The beautiful baubles that adorn the figures, are photographs of jewelry by designers like Cartier, Bulgari, and Tiffany & Co.  So gorgeous! Is […]

Tara Donovan…

    I have been a huge fan of artist Tara Donovan for a long time now, and I’m amazed every time I see photos of her work.  I can’t get over what she can do with basic everyday items!  Plastic straws, buttons, styrofoam cups, fishing line… all cheap and accessible.  It’s incredible how she […]