I was sure that I wasn't going to come back here. That Wyrd Words & Effigies was a closed chapter in my life. Now, I'm usually alright at moving past stuff and taking myself to lush pastures of new projects...but then something unexpected happened. Thanks to Instagram, I fell headfirst into the world of illustrator… Continue reading Justell Vonk : The Artist Who Brought Wyrd Words & Effigies Back From The Dead
Bewitching work from Melbourne based artist Maddy Young.
In absolute awe of the painstakingly detailed storybook-like art of Brooklyn based artist Dilek Baykara.
Liza Corbett's exquisite, strange art is melancholy heavy. Influenced by nineteenth-century spiritualism, by Dark Romanticism, and by myths, fables and old tales, Liza aims to create images that, like tarot or other methods of divination, suggest a strange and impenetrable significance underlying our worldly existence. - Liza Corbett
I am well and truly smitten with the dark, folkloric style of artist Kelly Louise Judd. Whenever I peruse her work, I can feel the stress of the day quickly and quietly leave my head.
I owe my thanks to the Gods of Tumblr today, for introducing me to the art of Jon Carling, an Oakland based artist whose precise and sinister imagery is ever so satisfying to peruse.
When I feel a low mood starting to creep, I turn to art. The art that pulled be back from the edge of a bleak afternoon was created by Stockholm born, Florida based artist Christina Pettersson.
The artwork of New England based, multidisciplinary artist William Crisafi reminds me of the illustrations I would find in children's books that my Granddad would discover at carboot sales. He was a top rooter and dug right to the bottom of damp cardboard boxes. My Granddad also knew how to haggle, and would come away… Continue reading William Crisafi
I believe I've featured the jewellery of Californian artist Stephanie Inagaki before, but today I want to focus on her drawing. You'll see why.
In awe of the highly detailed, grotesquely beautiful illustrations of Laura Lucia Ferrer Zamudio. I highly recommend that you pop over to her Facebook page where you can see images of works in progress and how she develops her work in stages.