Burn in Guatemala City and living in her own magical world, Muxxi draws the most unusual, eye catching characters that will drag you right in to a cheerful dream you really don’t want to escape from anymore. Countless colors, shapes and patterns yet all still very delicate, sweet and.. so beautiful!
Esthera Preda‘s surreal, beautifully strange creatures bring back dreams I used to have as a child. Currently based in Montreal & born in Romania, European folklore and and childhood memories are an important inspiration for the magical worlds she creates. I love how she combines black, simplistic figures with soft pastel colors.
I spotted the dazzling, wild works of Rebecca Artemisa on Brown Paper Bag the other day and couldn’t stop staring at all the lovely (and sometimes scary) details of her illustrations. Love the chaos, the adventures and the excellent combination between cute and creepy. Beauty!
Wow. I’m loving these super-delicate watercolor paintings by Lindsay Stripling. Aren’t they beautiful? Memory, dream and that feeling between sleeping and awake-ness are elements that inspire Lindsay when she paints.
I’m drawn to that last one in particular. I’ve always found that moment fascinating..
Lindsay Stripling is a San Francisco-based artist & art teacher who graduated from the San Francisco Art Inststute in 2013. For more works and info about Lindsay, you can visit her on het site, blog, shop & Instagram. Enjoy!
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Some beautiful details I found on Lindsay’s Instagram:
These fancy ladies & gents by award winning artist Jonathan Burton find themselves in pretty awkward & unusual situations. Love them! They also remind me of Julee Rieu‘s drawings, which I posted on the blog a while ago. For many more works by Jonathan, you can visit him on his blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or on his site: