2016, I’m so ready for you! But before popping champagne, lightning fireworks and hugging loved ones, let’s have a look at this year’s most popular blogposts, shared on ArtisticMoods.
I would love to fill my living room with these gorgeous illustrated goods by Tweelingen Design. Cups, cabinets, tables, pillows and rugs, all in beautiful bright patterns and colors. Pretty!
Orit Zilberman, who runs the brand Tweelingen design, is an Israel-based designer and entrepreneur who left her job to follow her dreams and challenge herself in the local design scene. With Tweelingen Design she now brightens up homes all over the world.
The products below are my favorites. Visit the shop Great.ly shop for many more.
These beautiful handmade pendants by Dutch graphic designer Yvonne de Jonge just went straight to the top of my wishlist. Absolutely gorgeous! The pretty pink penguin in the first image is my favorite. Yvonne makes her beautiful items and illustrations under the name of Mouseblossom, which she has been running since 2011.
I stumbled upon a lovely little shop called Micush the other day and fell completely in love with all the beautiful illustrated items I found on there. The hangers in the second image are my favorite!
Micush is run by Michal Gal-Marko; a Tel Aviv-based illustrator who prints her work on paper, textile and home goods. She gets inspiration from nature and nostalgic childhood moments: My illustrations are inspired and influenced by simple childhood moments, the harmony of nature and my own nostalgic childhood memories.
Rami Kim’s bowls would make me look forward to breakfast every morning. Her planters would make me a better plant-person and her floating heads..well.. they’d make me giggle I guess. I love all of her ceramics! Rami Kim is an artist, maker and award-winnig animator who lives in Los Angeles with a little dog named Gus. For many more, visit Rami on her blog, Instagram, shop & site.
Selling on: Etsy
Those beautiful porcelain collars…oh la la! Together with the vases, ladyfigures and many more ceramic creations they’re part of The Awesome Project, which was initiated by Romanian artist Madalina Andronic.
Currently based in Bucharest, Madalina graduated with an MA in illustration from the Camberwell Collage of Arts in London. She is inspired by traditional fairy tales and Slavic folklore and uses lots of beautiful colors and patterns in her works. For many more, visit her project page on Tumblr or have a peek at her beautiful illustrations here.