In a lovely, whimsical style, artist Joanna Kaminska creates characters in slightly surreal landscapes that make me daydream about magical, far away places. Her beautiful works have a bit of a mysterious touch and they leave me curious to know more about who these illustrated folks are.
I’ve been a big fan of Kristen Solecki’s Instagram for quite some time now. The super cheerful and diverse illustrations I see passing in my feed always put a smile on my face! Kristen uses different materials for her works, such as paper, paint and pencils. And she frequently works with ceramics too (I have a weak spot for her cat planters)
There’s something about these beautiful, rich illustrations by artist Stacey Elaine that I can’t seem to keep my eyes away from. So rich of colors and details.. Such a soft, friendly and festive character.. love!
Stacey Elaine creates highly detailed, hand cut illustrations with layers of tissue paper which she carefully applies and seals onto heavy hot press watercolor paper. I’m drawn to the bold contrast between the saturated colors of the tissue paper and the bright white background upon which they are adhered. Although Stacey has a background in the art world, it wasn’t until she became a mother that she felt a strong need to pursue her passion, which was when she started creating these precious paper made pieces.
Originally from South Korea and currently based in New York, illustrator Youheum Son has always been seeking for ways to escape the busy city life. I would often take a stroll to the nearby mountains in Seoul to go hiking and foraging. My connection to nature stems from these early ages and has influenced my lifestyle and work. Being sustainable and living naturally is an important part of my life.
It’s the bold lines and strong colors that I love most about Marta Fofi’s illustrations. And I love how she has integrated her animals, portraits and other imagery into beautiful embroideries that are equally colorful and rich of delightful details. The friendly looking bloke with the tropical beard is my favorite!
It’s Esther Sarto’s rich and gorgeous piece called Subtropical Love that first drew my eye to the beautiful collection of one of a kind artworks of Beauton Art Gallery. The colors..the details.. so incredibly gorgeous!
Many artworks of Beauton’s collection seem to have that curious element where they just leave me stare at them forever. Based in Denmark, Beauton Art Gallery offers a carefully curated selection of art to homes worldwide with a mission to promote young, talented artists in various fields. One of their main purposes is to make art accessible to all which is why, besides original artworks, Beauton also offers a large selection of high quality limited edition prints.