Inspired – Jenna Douglass


The American mixed media artist Jenna Douglass brings us into her dreamy imaginary travels with a series called “Placial Relations“.

Here’s how Jenna introduces her body of works:

This work addresses place and memory, combining elements of collage, paint, and other media to create the memory of a place in each painting; As I have inhabited several states over the past few years I’ve grown interested in the attachment and loss that comes as one grows fond of a new place and then must leave it.  


Curtis Talwst Santiago – Infinity Series


With Infinity Series the Canadian-Trinidadian artist Curtis Talwst Santiago makes a clear statement. This body of work is composed of miniature sceneries carefully handcrafted inside vintage jewellery boxes.

Most of the themes covered by the artist have a sociopolitical background like refugees on boats, police brutality assaults or completely burned houses.


Inspired – Laura Blythma

So inspired!

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

Inspired – Mairi Timoney


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


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!