Kirstin Lamb – Colorful Installations

Pop and bright!

I really enjoyed the amazing installations by The American artist Kirstin Lamb.

As a lover and collector of vintage ephemera of any kind, Kristin recreates that sense of retro style into her paintings, in both of her abstract and portraits works. After that, she arranges each art piece into a room, creating beautiful and colorful installations of paintings that “speak” to each other.

You can find Kristin on Facebook and Instagram too.


Ekaterina Panikanova – Paintings On Books


The Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova realises unique installation-paintings with a collage twist. The artist paints beautiful black ink and acrylics illustrations using as a canvas plenty of vintage found book pages.

These books are mounted on board, and the final result is a kind of collage-patchwork of pages that showcase a giant final image. You can also check her works here and here.



Inspired – Hattie Stewart


Enjoy the pop-surreal doodles on cover magazine by the London based illustrator Hattie Stewart.

Inspired – David Fullarton


I just became a big fan of David Fullarton‘s artworks.

His pieces are a mix and match of beautiful sketches combined with words, that are also mixed media collages.


Valentin van der Meulen – Erased Portraits


These detailed large scale charcoal drawings by the French artist Valentin van der Meulen are a true beauty. The particular thing that transforms this artworks into something more interesting, is the “final act”.

Once the drawing is completed, Valentin partially erases what he has done, creating a disappearing image. This concept suits very well with the internet era and the digital memory in general.


Sofia Bonati Illustrations

So colorful!

I love the beautiful female portrait illustrations by the Argentinian, but UK based, artist Sofia Bonati.


Hannah Ward – Creepy Forest


Enjoy the amazing artworks about “cute and creepy” forest wildlife by Hannah Ward.