Livia Marin

They may be useless as tableware, but I would most definitely put these stunning pieces of melted china on my table anyway. Love them! Artist Livia Marin is originally from Chile and currently based in London. Livia’s creations, which are often everyday items, are related to perspectives of objects in a globalizing world and our relationship […]

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Fumi Koike

Hooray for humble homes, yummy breakfasts, and veery comfortable-looking sweaters! Fumi Koike is a Japan-based illustrator who graduated from the Musashino Art University in Tokyo. You can find more about Fumi and her works on her blog, Facebook & Flickr. Next March I’ll be in Japan for one month to meet up with some Japanese illustrators. The works […]

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Anna Valdez

I’m in love with each and every single one of Anna Valdez’ still-life paintings. Aren’t they gorgeous? Anna Valdez earned her MFA in Paintings at the Boston University in 2013. For her colorful creations, she likes to use different things from her own domestic environment, such as her clothes, plaints, paintings, books, etc. Many more […]

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Laura Garcia Serventi

I love cactuses. It’s probably the only plant that will ever survive under my care and it’s pretty in an unusual and quirky kind of way. Argentinian artist Laura Garcia Serventi likes cactuses too. In fact, she created a complete series of beautiful, bright, flourishing cactusgreens that I can’t take my eyes away from. Flowers included!

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Jessica Brilli

The paintings of Massachusetts-based artist Jessica Brilli reveal a hidden beauty in every day objects. Or better said: every day objects from the past. Jessica likes to visit flea markets and antique shops looking for things that inspire her, such as Kodak cameras, transistor radios, and manual typewriters. The result: a beautiful collection of paintings called […]

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