There is so much to discover in these wonderful, magical illustrations by artist Lidia Tomashevskaya. Colors, details, patterns and characters that make me curious about what’s hiding behind their beautiful big eyes..
Lidia Tomashevskaya is a freelance illustrator who was born in Saint Petersburg and studied design in Tel Aviv, where she currently lives. Inspired by Russian folk art and her own past experiences, Lidia’s illustrations often have a strong narrative style and a slightly melancholic touch. The animals she includes in her works are sometimes used as symbols: birds as freedom, wolf as depression and anxiety, and fox as soul.
My latest ceramics crush: Sonia Rose’s beautiful line of breasty vessels, better known as goddess pots. Like in real life, these beauties celebrate diversity in all kinds of shades, shapes and sizes (some of her creations even carry little rings in their nipples too). So gorgeous!
Rude nudes, turtle planters, cat totems and more illustrated items to flourish up your home with a crafty touch in Ceramic Gift Guide nr. 7! All of these handmade items are currently available online and clicking the images will lead you directly to the shopping spots.
Vibrant colors and playful brush strokes that seem to reflect gorgeous fragments of nature. Larisa Deac’s abstract paintings have this delightful sense of calm that makes me want to stare at these dreamy creations forever. Love!
There’s something about these illustrations by Agnes Loonstra that make them such a delight to look at. Drinks at the Dutch canels, bikerides through the country fields and good times with friends and family, Agnes’ illustrations tend to focus on the things that make life wonderful <3
When illustrators start creating ceramics, magical things can happen. That’s what’s shown in this collection of beautiful, playful sculptures and functional ceramics by artist Miri Orenstein. Aren’t these gorgeous? Although all of Miri’s ladies have this quirky, one of a kind style, each of them has its own little character, making her creations such a delight for the eye. Love!
Iga Kosicka gets inspired by everyday objects, situations and living things, and loves to paint them in colors that are just a tad brighter than the real thing. The result; a collection of beautiful, eye catching still lives and portraits that have such a lively character. I can’t keep my eyes off those cute little dachshunds!