I recently stumbled upon the most whimsical drawings that I ended up staring at for quite some time. Charmed by this mythical, friendly looking figure I discovered these charcoal illustrations are part of a narrative series by Mexico City based artist David Álvarez. It’s called I Dreamed I Was the Night and follows this being – the night – wandering through the country side and contemplating its surroundings. So magical!
With countless colors and details to absorb, artist Sofia Moore paints magical worlds that I would love to get lost in. Her beautiful work leaves me curious about the delightful characters she portrays, blending into their surroundings so perfectly. And those little white paintings on their dresses and wings.. love!
I was so delighted when I stumbled upon these incredibly rich paintings by illustrator Roeqiya Fris. Fascinated by feminine beauty and mysterious Arabic atmospheres, Roeqiya creates magical sceneries filled with lustrous colors, botanicals and patterns that I can’t take my eyes away from. I love her work so much!
I’m a huge fan of Madalina Andronic’s beautiful, rich illustrations. Based in Bucharest and never forgetting the magic of where she comes from, Madalina creates sceneries that are inspired by folklore, fairytales, happy thougts and love <3 The illustration in the first image called Nighswimming is my favorite!
Amalia Restrepo illustrates magical sceneries that make me daydream about worlds I wish I could live in. With a mission to create as much art as possible, she draws adorable characters that are rich of color and have a beautiful, folkloric style <3
Originally from Colombia, Amalia is currently a M.F.A. candidate at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has created works for various projects, including childrens books and package designs. Also, have a peek at these animations Amalia illustrated for two projects. So adorable!