Inspired – Laura Blythma

So inspired!

I totally fell in love with the abstract nature inspired collages by the Australian designer Laura Blythma.

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Inspired – Mairi Timoney

inspired!

Enjoy the wonderful mixed media artworks realised by the UK artist Mairi Timoney.

I love how she combines a pure minimal style, surreal landscapes and some delicate pastel colours shades.

Purple Crafts – Secret Wood

Nature to wear!

The Canadian brand Secret Wood creates fine handmade rings with a dreamy twist. Each piece is realised  mixing fresh wood and coloured jewelry resin.

The magical switch is in the details – inside each ring you can see a miniature surreal scenery that takes inspiration from nature.

You can literally bring a landscape with you, isn’t it cool? For now the the brand produces just rings, but they are planning to create pendants too. Can’t wait to see them!

Inspired – Fajar P. Domingo

Inspiring!

The Indonesian artist Fajar P. Domingo plays around digital collages with a retro-surreal touch.

In many of these works you can see weird characters floating in cloudy skies.

 

Sean Molloy – Revamped Classic Art

Classic and contemporary!

I love how the Dublin based artist Sean Molloy revamps traditional paintings and vintage photos giving them a contemporary touch. The artist wants to investigate the relevance of classic painting in a digitally-mediated world.

On every art piece there is a contraposition between the classic portrait or landscape style, and layers of digital elements inspired by a variety of sources, as image manipulation software, glitch art, etc.

Everything is done using a traditional painting technique, and the final result is balanced even if the inspirational elements are so different. Love it!

 

 

Marie Elaine Lalonde – Géomorphogenèse

Gorgeous!

The Canadian artist Marie Elaine Lalonde shows us her personal point of view in observing nature. I was particularly intrigued by her Géomorphogenèse series, where breathtaking landscape pictures become bold monochromatic art pieces.

Using the screenprint technique on wood and acrylic paint, Marie Elanie reinvents the landscape, transforming it into a magical and unreal world. Below some of my fave works of this series, enjoy!

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Want to win a large art print of one of my collages? Just Post a comment here to participate! Giveaway ends on Sunday 31 of January 2016.