Lithograph, and woodcut, artworks by Katrina Grindley

Thursday, 8 December, 2016

Artwork by Katrina Grindley

Katrina Grindley is an aspiring artist studying print media at Montréal’s Concordia University, who creates many of her works by of lithograph and woodcut prints. More artworks can also be seen on her Facebook page.

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Eye see double when I look at the paintings of Bronik

Thursday, 8 December, 2016

Artwork by Bronik

The eyes have it. That might be the first observation you make when you look at the work of Peru born, Barcelona based, street artist and illustrator, Bronik. Check out more of her work on Instagram, Facebook, and Flickr.

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Lok Kerk Hwang, watercolour painter, and photographer

Wednesday, 7 December, 2016

Artwork by Lok Kerk Hwang

Singapore based painter Lok Kerk Hwang is an accomplished watercolour artist, with a career spanning two decades. His creative endeavours aren’t restricted to painting though, his photography is also impressive, especially the food-styling images. See more of his work here.

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Andrew Haviland, illustrator of the musicians and celebrities

Wednesday, 7 December, 2016

Illustration by Andrew Haviland

Much of the work of Andrew Haviland, a freelance illustrative designer who works in Toronto, are images of musicians and celebrities, such as Jimi Hendrix, Whoopi Goldberg, and Karl Lagerfeld. The more you look through his portfolio on Behance though, the more you realise that when it comes to subject matter, anything goes.

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Vans The Omega, the godfather of Australian street art

Tuesday, 6 December, 2016

Artwork by Vans The Omega

Vans The Omega, sometimes referred to as the godfather of Australian street art, is a mural and contemporary artist who hails from the South Australian state capital, Adelaide. If you have a liking for street art, and murals, go here to see more of his art.

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Moody weather never looked so alluring, the paintings of Adam Hall

Monday, 5 December, 2016

Artwork by Adam Hall

Adam Hall is an artist and graphic designer, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Aside from landscapes, his specialty appears to be depictions of moody weather. Somehow though, there’s nothing gloomy about these paintings. Take a look at some, and see what you think.

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Portraits painted with vivid colours, by Marta Zawadzka

Monday, 5 December, 2016

Artwork by Marta Zawadzka

If you’re drawn to artworks with bright colours, as I am, then you will enjoy the portrait paintings of Polish artist Marta Zawadzka, who is based in Warsaw. This work, titled “Alia”, gives you a pretty good idea of what to expect. See more paintings here.

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Paisley patterns, and more, on textiles, by No Name Design Studio

Friday, 2 December, 2016

Textile design by No Name Design Studio

Is it a painting? Is it a digital image? No, it’s actually textile design. But the paisley pattern gave that away, didn’t it? This design is by United Kingdom based No Name Design Studio, and more of their work can be seen here.

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Tap into the energy of the artworks of Lilian Dørge

Thursday, 1 December, 2016

Artwork by Lilian Dorge

They may not exactly leap out at you, but there’s still a certain energy to the paintings of Danish artist Lilian Dørge. Take a look at her works, and see what you think.

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The work of Bali based US artist Tracy Hamer

Thursday, 1 December, 2016

Artwork by Tracy Hamer

Like Australian artist Brad Eastman, US artist and drawer Tracy Hamer has the good fortune to be based in Bali, Indonesia, at the moment. I expect an artist who might find themselves in some sort of creative rut would soon find inspiration, given the beauty of the location. See more of her work here.

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