This is the work of Norwegian artist Natalie Foss, a freelance illustrator based in Oslo. Foss’ bold, bright colours and odd characters are made with coloured pencils on paper. Foss’ work is currently on exhibition at the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, and she has an upcoming solo show at the Joyce Gallery […]
Yes! They have the best hair! These quirky portraits are by Australian artist Sally Ross. The inspiration for her paintings begin with found photographs, often from antique shops or auction houses. Ross also paints lovely patterned landscapes, that you can view on her website. Images found here.
Ooh! These portraits fill me with joy. I love how the added abstract elements set the figures free. This is the work of Spanish artist Andrea Castro. Castro enjoys studying other languages and says… “I consider art as another language, another way to express yourself. I’m fascinated by the idea of reaching everybody around the […]
This fantastic work is by German photographers Billy & Hells, also known as, creative couple Anke Linz and Andreas Oettinger. Billy & Hells started with fashion photography, before stumbling upon their signature style. After leaving the wrong negative in their camera they found that combining a black and white slide, made from a colour negative, […]
These portraits are so alluring, right down to the details. The surroundings almost have as much character as the subjects themselves. American artist Hope Gangloff lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She currently has a solo exhibition up at the Susan Inglett Gallery until June 6th. Check out more of Gangloff’s work on her […]
Yes! I am smitten! This is the work of Canadian artist Kris Knight, I love how his art is like a contemporary take on 18th century French portraiture. Knight was born in Windsor, Ontario and works out of his studio in Toronto (which he shares with one of my favorite artists – Winnie Truong!) Knight […]