Being a self-pronounced Pinterest junkie and lover of all things visual, I just discovered the stunningly beautiful, ever serene and emotionally charged work of Alicia Savage. Her photographic self-portrait work, is a must-see. Enjoy.
This piece is by Brendon Burton. I see it as a play on how you want to see your day…either half empty, or half full.
Artist Ali Cavanaugh paintings quietly exposes simple moments of being. Honest and revealing, Cavanaugh’s work is simply sublime. Found via @artistaday
The creative duo of Pip & Pop (aka. Tanya Schultz and Nicole Andrejevic) are the geniuses behind this surreal, over the top, sensorial installation. If only when I woke, I walked through a colour forrest just like this….Oh, to dream.
Photographer Mathilde Guillemot is the creative genius behind this surreal image. Suddenly, I want to take on Mondays with gusto and a good pair of boots.
The surreal self-portrait photography by Flora Borsi, captures how I feel this Sunday morning. Maybe some greens followed by a cup of coffee will make me want to lift the cage?
This beautiful illustration by Nadezhda Illarionova, found on-line at magicfran.tumblr.com, is as serene as it is heartbreaking. Capturing how many of us Westerners feel during this time of season, this is a sensitive piece that can be read in so many different ways.
This painting is amazing. The flawless portrait work holding hands with the use of a quiet surrealism – bring dreams and reality together.
The exquisite work of Sarah Ball, deserves to be explored. Based out of the UK, her attention to detail paired with play on the portrait, is intoxicating.
This stunning art piece by Judith van den Hoek, I can’t stop looking at. For as simple as it may seem at first glance, it is anything but. The use of light + dark to accentuate the detailing of the women’s back is breath-taking.