Iga Kosicka gets inspired by everyday objects, situations and living things, and loves to paint them in colors that are just a tad brighter than the real thing. The result; a collection of beautiful, eye catching still lives and portraits that have such a lively character. I can’t keep my eyes off those cute little dachshunds!
Inspired by the beauty of everyday objects and the comfort of home, Becca Stadtlander illustrates objects, people, landscapes and more delightful imagery from Covington, Kentucky, where she currently lives. I personally love Becca’s still life paintings, like the vases, flowers and foods. They always get my attention straight the beautiful details you’ll find in them.
I’m in love with the colors of these paintings! Aren’t they gorgeous? Inspired by detail, Anne Canfield knows how to bring the warm & whimsical and out of sceneries we wouldn’t necessarily consider to be so. Or perhaps, only at certain given moments “Loosely narrative, my pieces reveal quiet, solitary moments as a sense of time or place is trapped and brought to stand still.”
Anne Canfield is a Philadelphia-based painter whose works have been shown in various exhibitions across the USA. For many more, visit her website here.
Let’s start off this monday morning with some donuts. And some ice cream. And, since we’re at it, some heart shaped bonbons too! Yup, it’s pretty hard not to love these beautiful, lovely, yummy paintings by artist Joël Penkman. Born and raised in New Zealand, Joël moved to the UK after finishing his degree in Graphic Design at Canterbury University’s School of Fine Art. He now works there as a freelance designer & artist, and specializes in still life studies with an intention to make people smile.
I love Jonas Wood’s paintings. Although this Los Angeles-based painter has a beautiful & diverse portfolio, his potted plants are still my favorite. By the way, I wouldn’t mind my house to be painted by Jonas Wood either if it would look anything like the galley buiding in the last image (LAXART). Stunning!
All milk, flour & egg cartons should be designed by Aitch. That would make grocery shopping a lot more fun! This Lisbon-based artist keeps surprising me with her colorful, rich illustrations. Amazing. Every time..
I spotted some beautiful black & white illustrations at a great market in my hometown Utrecht yesterday. They are works by Lydia Li; a product designer and illustrator from the Netherlands who recently graduated from the Amsterdam University of Applied Science, with a degree in Product Design. Using black fineliner, Lydia likes to draw simple things in everyday life. “We are so concentrated on our phones and computer screens these days that we often under-appreciate the beauty of simple things that surround us.”
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