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81 Illustrated Faces by Ilka Mészely

Using all kinds of playful shapes and soft colors, Illustrator Ilka Mészely creates the most lovely and quirky little personages that are an absolute delight to look at. So fun and inspiring.. they make me want to get out my pencils and draw for the rest of the day! These face illustrations are part of a recent project by Ilka which she has been sharing on Instagram. And if you haven’t seen them yet, have a peek at these folks which she created some time ago. Love!

You can find a selection of Ilka’s work available on print in her Etsy shop.

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Illustration by Esmé Shapiro
Illustration

Whimsical Illustrations by Esmé Shapiro

Illustrator Esmé Shapiro creates the most beautiful worlds that are rich of nature and magical characters. And although many of the fragments below take place in the dark, her works have such a warm and friendly vibe that I really wouldn’t mind visiting one of these delightfully painted forests one day..

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Illustration

Colorful Portraits by Alja Horvat

My latest illustration crush: Alja Horvat’s playful portraits of gorgeous-looking ladies <3 Hanging around in fabulous outfits, surrounded by flowers and all kinds of fun patterns. And the color combinations… love!

You can find a selection of the works below available in Alja’s Etsy shop.

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Illustration, Painting

Vibrant Illustrations by Miranda Sofroniou

From the bed, bathtub and sofa to gardens, flower fields, jungles and deserts: sometimes it’s good to get lost. Rich of colors and botanicals and with a slight touch of mystery included, Miranda Sofroniou’s illustrations show the most beautiful places on the globe and reflect the magical moments you can experience when you’re on the road.

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Illustration

Magical Illustrations by Lidia Tomashevskaya

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.

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