We have a winner..
Congratulations, Hadley, Kris & Megan! You’re the winners of a beautiful Irena Sophia Calendar.
Thanks again to all for joining the competition. Sorry we couldn’t make all of you happy! Visit Irena’s webshop if you would still like to purchase a caendar or print.
This was the last giveaway of the year as I’ll be taking a little holiday break. The next contest will open Monday, January 2.
Happy Holidays all!
The longer you stare at Lucila Biscione‘s papercut illustrations, the more you will discover. Such magical creatures.. so much beautiful hidden details. Amazing!
Lucia Biscone is a Buenos Aires born artist who currently lives and works in Berlin. The works she creates are carefully cut by hand and often mixed with pencil and ink, which makes the characters come to life even more. It’s her own emotions that inspire her the most and challenges her to transform her art into a different reality. Every small detail of my life can be a story to draw.
You can find a beautiful selection of prints available on TOI Gallery.
We have a winner..
Congratulations, Katka! You’re the winner!
Thanks for joining the competition all. We’ve had such lovely responses to this competition! If you would still like to get one of Mia’s prints, visit her shop here.
A new giveaway will open Monday!
I love everything about these beautiful, handcrafted ornanemts by artist Carole Hénaff. Such lovely colors and details! The’re part of a series of no less than 300 illustrated pieces, all created for a 3 feet high Cristmas tree at the Concord Museum in Boston in 2014 (in collaboration with Barefoot Books). Carole used various materials like clay, cardboard & papier-mâché and based her figures on her previously illustrated book The Arabian Nights. Her ornaments made the tree look magical. You can find some photos here!
When I look at Melodie Stacey‘s paintings I always end up staring at the little things in her works. Leaves, birds, trees.. It’s wonderful to see how all the details come together so perfectly in her whimsical landscapes. And those colors… and those beautiful, mysterious ladies… sigh.
Once Lindsay Stripling’s paintings catch your attention it’s pretty hard to let them go. There is so much color and chaos to absorb in her beautiful, slightly surreal works. Love them! Each tells a mysterious story.
A magical fragment that might make you remember a dream you once had.
Currently based in San Francisco, Lindsay Stripling is an artist and art teacher who graduated from the San Francisco Art Inststute in 2013. You can find a selection of her works (including some lovely handmade pins) available in her Etsy Shop.
Happy Friday everyone! Let’s celebrate with some magic and whimsy in the delightful work of Japan-based illustrator Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi. As some of you might know, I have a weak spot for Japanese illustration. I was super excited to meet some amazing makers on my trip to Tokyo last year and am desperate to go back and discover more.