Susanna Sundman, aka Sussuni, was one of the first artists whose lovely work I shared on this blog five years ago. And I still enjoy her dreamy, soft colored creatures so so much! Originally from Sweden and currently based in France, Susanna Sundman is a mixed media artist who uses her love for nature and her imagination to create magical characters of all kinds. Her illustrations include lots of whimsical details which together become harmonious collages of worlds I would love to visit <3
My latest crush: stunning, one of a kind collages by artist Ani Cuenca. Made out of lots of different materials such as ink, paint and paper and applied on large wooden panels. If you look at her beautiful work carefully, you will notice how the attached pieces fluently fall over each other, adding an extra dimension to her carefully constructed pieces. Love!
Artist Hannah Burnworth likes to create all things paper. Handmade books, playful sculptures and color popping, hand sewn collages of botanicals that will stand out on any wall. In her beautiful pieces, Hannah brings together her love for texture, color, nature and the beauty of everyday life. It’s the kind of art that I can stare at forever. Rolling my eyes over the beautiful patterns, spotting new details along the way <3
Yesterday I stumbled upon some colorful collages by Alice Lindstrom and I fell head over heels in love with her warm, wonderful illustrationwork. Using paper pieces with all kinds of textures and colors, Alice creates illustrations that are full of life and character. I love how you can recognize many elements separately, while at the same time they look so harmoniously at place with all the other beautiful details. The lady in the first image is my favorite!
I discovered the work of Keren Toledano via Create! Magazine and fell head over heels in love with her playful abstract collages. Such beautiful shapes and colors.. so fun and inspiring!
Keren is a New York based artist who finds her inspiration in places that are forgotten by time, such as drive-in theaters and old lighthouses. You will find a lot more of these pieces on her Instagram where she shares a new update every day as part of her 100 days of becoming an artist project.