I spotted the work of Claudia Legnazzi when I was selecting my favorite illustrations for the home at Toi Gallery. That’s when I fell head over heels in love with her work. The whimsical atmospheres.. the delicate details and oh my, those magical skirts.. so beautiful!
I currently have a huge crush on the whimsical illustrations of Elaheh Taherian. It happened when I spotted the floating lady in the first image on Toi Gallery. Then I discovered it was part of a amazing series called Dreamwalker which is a collection papercut ladies with beautiful dreamscapes on their lovely, quirky bodies.
Colors, patterns, details and so much more to love about these wonderful illustrations by Yuliya. I like their narrative style and the warm, nostalgic atmosphere they bring along. The one with the couple holding hands is my favorite! Yuliya is a Canada based artist who has a beautiful & large portfolio of watercolor paintings. You can find them at Society6, where she sells her work on print, canvas and many more items.
Try staring at one of Erika Mora’s beautiful animations for a while. I guarantee that the whimsical atmosphere, colorful details and little movements will draw you to a straight into daydream of mysterious far away places. It’s what happened to me when I spotted her work on Ello the other day. I ended up browsing her page for a good while, getting lost in every single image that caught my eye. Magic!
It’s the lady on the sofa that first caught my attention when my eyes crossed the work of Los Angeles based illustrator Loris Lora. That’s when I visited her website and discovered all kinds of whimsical loveliness in her beautiful, large collection of illustrations. Filled with color and detail, her works have these warm, vintage vibes that give them so much of style and character. Love!
The lady on the sofa is still my favorite though.
Oh my. These delicate paper cut illustrations by Eugenia Zoloto are so beautiful. And the patience.. Eugenia takes many, many hours to first draw the sketches and then cut out all the figures and details by hand. But the results are defietly worth it. Notice that some of her works, like the red dress, are really large too.