We’re starting off the week with a bunch of fabulous colors, shapes and patterns in the work of Argentinian artist Angela Corti. These are magic! Love the playful style and detailed lining. Inspired by both her personal life stories and her country’s folklore, Angela’s creates collages from self-crafted as well as recycled paper. Her work has been featured in various worldwide exhibitions and can be found on many beautiful product designs. These cute summer shoes from Valeria Nicali are my favorites!
Today I’m rounding up month six of the Crafty Moods Project. That’s right: we’re half way already! After experimenting with washi tape, ink, pencils and embroidery I figured it was time to get my hands busy with some good old-fashioned paint. Acrylic paint!
Rosalyn Yoon is a freelance illustrator and fine artist based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I stumbled upon these sketchbook pages on her site and love all the very lovely, very random images she created in these.
Since her graduation from the School of Visual Arts in New York, Rosalyn has created all kinds of loveliness of which you can find many more on her site. Follow Rosalyn on her blog & Instagram for updates!
Yesterday my friend introduced me to the work of Brazilian artist Mariana Valente, of which he bought a piece a while ago. I ended up staring at her works for quite a while, loving all the details in her colorful collages.
I particularly like the little romantic scenes in her shadow boxes, of which you can find some images below.
I’m a fan of everything that comes out of the hands of Miju Lee. Like these brand new, superfun collages I spotted on her site the other day. Love! Miju Lee is originally from South Korea and currently lives and works in Barcelona. She draws, paints, makes collages and ceramics, and you will find many more of her wonderful works on her site.
Inspired by nature and science, Christine from Stellaire Studio creates the most beautiful collages that I wouldn’t mind putting up my wall. Love them! She mixes traditional and digital techniques to create images of nature that have a slightly surreal touch. Christine also makes beautiful portraits of vintage ladies which you can find here.
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Today, on the moment I was deciding what kind of loveliness to share today, I got an email with a golden suggestion: collages by Gabriela Sanchez. Yes!
I’ve come across Gabriela’s beautiful work some years ago only to be remembered about them today. Love her combinations of colors and patterns. Very unique. Gabriela Sanchez is an artist, producer and stylist based in Bogota, Colombia. For many more, visit Gabriela’s portfolio on Behance.
Thanks for the great tip Silvia!