Paintings by Jeroen Blok


I love the sense of dark nostalgia behind these pieces.

The Dutch artist Jeroen Blok uses a neutral palette of beige, black and white colours, to realise dreamy portraits.  The solitary subjects of his paintings seems to come out from a quirky circus of some sort.


Inspired – Karo Knitter


Enjoy the amazing mixed media creations by Karo Knitter.

The artist combines vintage found objects (the framed dried flowers compositions are my fave ones) with her contemporary illustrative style. The result is a beautiful and perfect mix of old & new.

You can follow her on Facebook, Tumblr and check her available pieces on Etsy.

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 – 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 – Hattie Stewart


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