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meghanwashingmachine:

Some of the #flower and #leaf #brooches I made for the MICA art market at #artscape!

meghanwashingmachine:

Some of the #flower and #leaf #brooches I made for the MICA art market at #artscape!

walkyland:

Oh …The new celebratory 60th issue of Frankie Magazine is out now…See if you can spot my contribution (floral bugs) in it!?

walkyland:

Oh …The new celebratory 60th issue of Frankie Magazine is out now…See if you can spot my contribution (floral bugs) in it!?

heypictureparty:

Píccolo Presents: Picture Party featuring Harriet Damave 


We celebrate illustrated products from around the web!

Who made it? Amsterdam-based artist, illustrator, and ceramists Harriet Damave

What is it? Beautiful ceramic brooches and other objects d’art.
How was it made? Damave uses the traditional Dutch technique of painting with cobalt oxide on porcelain. Everything is hand-made and hand-painted by her.
What do we like about it? If you know the Píccolo founders at all, you know they have a fondness for cats and rabbits which are recurring motifs in this work. Also that classic color combination melts our hearts!
How does it relate to the illustrator’s body of work? Her work is inspired by her father’s artistic practice and her Dutch culture. Her technique of “baked watercolors” makes everything feel sweet and dreamy.
Where can you find this?  Her etsy shop

Picture Party is brought to you by Píccolo.

(via brwnpaperbag)

pmikos:

Klaus Haapaniemi

pmikos:

Klaus Haapaniemi

(via chainchomp)

meghancwalsh:

bloomsofnigeria:

A flower for Luggwa by Meghan Walsh

My contribution to Blooms of Nigeria a project dedicated to raising awareness to the current situation in Nigeria.

meghancwalsh:

bloomsofnigeria:

A flower for Luggwa by Meghan Walsh

My contribution to Blooms of Nigeria a project dedicated to raising awareness to the current situation in Nigeria.

meghancwalsh:

Cemetery in Spring

A new repeat pattern that I made!

meghancwalsh:

Cemetery in Spring

A new repeat pattern that I made!

meghancwalsh:

Cemetery Repeat Pattern

meghancwalsh:

Cemetery Repeat Pattern

meghancwalsh:

Meghan Walsh

meghancwalsh:

Meghan Walsh

meghancwalsh:

Meghan Walsh

meghancwalsh:

Meghan Walsh

jannamorton:

I’m trying to get back into using old book pages as painting surfaces. I suspect that because the page already has some sort of composition and visual interest provided by the text, it causes me to feel free to paint in a more expressive and spontaneous way than I would on a blank page.

jannamorton:

I’m trying to get back into using old book pages as painting surfaces. I suspect that because the page already has some sort of composition and visual interest provided by the text, it causes me to feel free to paint in a more expressive and spontaneous way than I would on a blank page.

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