These colourful vintage collages are by Berlin artist Kathrin Kuhn. Kuhn studies Visual Communications and is a freelance illustrator. This particular series is called Housewives, Kuhn describes the collection on her site… The Housewives project began as an experiment. In the Natural science museum I started thinking about animals tricks to make themselves invisible, a […]
Flora and fauna with hot legs?? What? These fantastical paintings are by Japanese artist Akiko Kobayakawa. Kobayakawa lives and works in Tokyo. She uses Japanese ink and acrylic paint on paper to create her sexy legged creatures. Visit her website for more. Images found here.
This is the work of Laura Garcia Serventi, an amazing multi-talented artist! Serventi works with photography, painting, collage, illustration, set design, and video art. She makes the most incredible pop-up collages, a series called the Tropic Club, which is “an imaginary theatre that hosts strange performances and fantastic situations”. Also, her Tropic Club videos are […]
Don’t these just remind you of calm, quiet Sunday mornings? I love these serene illustrations by artist Nastia Sleptsova. Sleptsova is from the Ukraine, and she is one half of the Kontora Sisters. The Kontora Sisters have some gorgeous jewelery on their website, but no online store yet, hopefully that will change! Have a great […]
“My weapons are my 2B pencil and a cup of patience” …says French illustrator Marynn. Marynn’s work is attention grabbing, she creates grayscale realism with splashes of colour. She lists her inspirations as, “the people around me, song lyrics, personal stories, feelings, anything that can carry a message”. Check out her website for more. Images […]
Aren’t these fantastic! Pippa Young has been on my list of artists to post about for awhile now, but I can never choose which of her amazing works to include. Needless to say, you really should check out her other paintings on her website. Young is a UK-based artist, and has a solo show coming […]
These lovely illustrations are just so colourful and fun! This is the work of award winning illustrator Sora Mizusawa. Mizusawa was born in Hakodate, Japan, and is now based in Tokyo. He graduated from the Vantan Design Institute, and is a member of the Tokyo Illustrators Society. See more of Mizusawa’s art on his […]
Wow! This is the work of incredibly talented Canadian artist Jen Mann. These paintings are from her most recent series called Q&A. Mann’s large scale paintings question ideas of identity, existence, and relationships. She uses pop culture references and a lovely, bright colour palette. Check out the artist’s website and tumblr. Below are […]
Last week my computer decided not to work anymore, so I’m very happy to be back now posting more incredible artwork. This is the beautiful work of French artist Véronique Paquereau. Paquereau uses collage, pastel and acrylic paint to create her soft, delicate pieces. Just gorgeous! See more work on the artist’s blog. Images […]
Ha! I love the Arbus-inspired twins. This is the work of Colombian artist Aníbal Vallejo. Vallejo has studied both fine arts and fashion design. His work is very material based, he uses different fabrics, thread, jewelry and embroidery in his mixed media paintings. To see more check out Vallejo’s website. Images found here.