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Monsters

Illustration, Mixed Media

Katy Horan

On the blog today: a beautiful collection of magical, mysterious and even ghostly illustrations by Austin-based artist Katy Horan. Inspired by various sources, Katy’s works focus on the female roles and representation in history and mythology (such as which tales and ghost stories). Her works have been feautured in various solo- an group exhibitions, and she has an online shop where you can purchase prints and originals. Enjoy!

www.katyart.com
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Illustration

Aitch

I’m not sure what they are and how they’re called but I Love them! These little birdy/bug/monster/puppet-creatures are illustrations by Aitch. An amazingly talented artist from Romania (currently living in Portugal) with a delightful and limitless imagination. The works you see here are from her ‘blue period’ but on her website you’ll find that she is an expert in using all kinds of colors. Besides illustrating, Aitch also likes to play with clay and paint on walls. She has a Facebook page where she regularly posts new works  and you can buy some of her works on Society6.

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Illustration, Painting

Sergio Mora

Color-filled, magical, and playful. There isn’t a painting painted by Barcelona based artist Sergio Mora that doesn’t inspire in some way. Sergio Mora Combines his artistic talent with a limitless imagination resulting into beautiful works, each of them telling a story on its own. His often surreal paintings present icons, animals and symbols which altogether celebrate the joy of imagination. And that’s exactly what the artist is praised for. As Juan Bufill states in Mora’s biography: Sergio Mora is one of these people that, like the protagonist and the director of the film “Big Fish”, who know the value of the light of fiction and the energy of daydreaming.

Not surprisingly, Sergio Mora achieved many success. Besides his international exhibitions, his art has been published in magazines, advertising campaigns & other collaborations. Enjoy!

Website: www.sergiomora.com
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Querer es Podar, from the Las Musas series. By Sergio Mora, 2011.

Torre de Babel, from the Typical Spanglish series. Sergio Mora, 2010.The Amazing Plant, from the Las Musas series. Sergio Mora, 2011.

Lucky, from the Museum for Children series. By Sergio Mora.Malagueña Salerosa, from the Typical Spanglish series. Sergio Mora, 2010.Jamona con Jamón, from the Typical Spanglish series. Sergio Mora, 2010.

El Paseíllo, from the Typical Spanglish series. Sergio Mora, 2010.

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