I'm finding calm today as I look through annnsunn’s tumblr. The artist’s wonderfully photographed sketchbook has a simple floral theme, and they love to include the real life flower that inspired their drawing. Seeing the artwork alongside the flower that inspired it is especially enjoyable thanks to the gorgeous composition of both the drawings and the photos. It’s neat, clean, and uncomplicated. No wonder it clears my thoughts just by looking at this garden on paper.See More »
When you look at the work of street artist Millo, you'll quickly realize there's someone special watching over our city walls. His art is massive, but not in an intrusive way. He paints black lines, adding a hint of color only when needed, and his lines draw characters caught-up and interacting amongst the streets and buildings of our urban walls.
In 2014, he was awarded the opportunity to paint 13 large-scale walls in Turin, Italy, and each one of them is as beautiful as the next. Here's a peek to some of my favorites, but you should follow him on Instagram or his website for so much more.
I am looking through the art of Susanna Sundman and am incredibly fascinated by how soft her lines and marks are. I want to take off my shoes and socks and sit amidst the landscape.
Shut everything off and join me for a few minutes. Look through her artwork and dream of being there right now.
His drawings are not cute, they're not even friendly. They are ugly, damn ugly, and yet I love every single one of them.
Murray Somerville makes ugly beautiful.
He's drawn for zines, comics, posters, t-shirts, exhibitions, windows, walls and plenty more. If you like exploding melon heads, ugly teeth, monstrous hands, and creatures with multiple eyes, then you should definitely follow all of his nonsense and weird imaginings over at his website or blog. It will kinda creep you out, but that's a good thing.