Toronto based artist Mojgan Ghare creates colorful imagery that feeds the imagination in such a delightful way. The different materials she uses (pens, colored pencils, digital edits and even wood) give her work so much character. They appear bot playful and innocent, but have this wonderfully mysterious vibe at the same time.. love!
Please excuse the image overload in today’s blogpost. There’s so much happening in these super fascinating collages by Luyi Wang that I was very tempted to share her entire portfolio with you all! In a gorgeous, playful style, each of Luyi’s pieces tells a story on its own and it’s this kind of imagery that triggers my imagination so much..
I’ve been following Sasha Ignatiadou’s work on Instagram for quite some time now and the more of them I see pass in my feed, the more I fall in love with her highly detailed and incredibly rich illustration work. From botanicals to dragons, Sasha’s unique combination of colors and patterns give her work such a fierce, one of a kind character..
Please excuse the image overload in today’s colorful Sunday post. But it was really hard to share only few out of the countless rich and dazzling works by artist Este Macleod. Aren’t these gorgeous?! Strongly inspired by flora and fauna, each of Este’s work is filled with countless colorful details that together become exciting and harmonious paintings. Love!
We’re starting off the week with a dose of color in the beautiful crochet illustrations by Textile artist Tuija Heikkinen. I stumbled upon Tuija’s Instagram some time ago and fell madly in love with her rich and colorful displays, created from small patches of crochet illustrations. Tuija does knitting and embroidery too and her creations are frequently applied on wearables (I’m sooo in love with these boots!).