Love these pastel shades on grey tones! The painted flowers are a really great concept too! I’m curious if he continues working on this project! More of his work here.
Some pretty CANDY that has caught my eye last week…
A few images on my Tumblr !
A textile design by Hans Hollein !
This pattern by Eugene Alain Séguy via NYPL !
Some new scarves by Mónica Muñoz !
This illustration by Jenny Mörtsell !
This illustration by Jean Paul Mallozzi !
And last but not least this hand-decorated cookie with face of Lady Gaga wearing telephone hat!
FRIDAY QUICK CANDY…
A desktop wallpaper for your holiday mood !
These gorgeous embroidered photographys by María Aparicio !
Some geometrical paintings by Todd Chilton !
Some wall drawings by Charlotte Mann !
Some surreal illustration by James Jean !
Hi there again – I’m a little late with the “WEEKEND CANDY” but a cold has stoped me yesterday…
I wish you all a wonderful weekend! And this has sweetened my last week…
This eighties artwork by George Snyder!
This awesome work by Jessica Eaton!
A work by Jim Defrance!
A silk scarf by James Jean!
This painting by Georgia O’Keeffe! via
This ball point pen painting by Shane McAdams!
This Bonnie Cashin fashion sketch! via
This Arctic Fox Print you can get here!
Here again – some CANDY that has sweetened my last week…
This painting by Olga Suvorova!
This painting by Joanna Goss!
This photographic print from 1961! via
This adorable stiched illustration by Emily L. Eibel!
A painting by Jenni Rope!
This “Dreaming of a white x-mas” – tree via Wood & Wool Stool!
These collages by Ashkan Honarvar!
This painting by Dan Halm!
This sculpture by Ida Kohlmeyer! via
“Petra Cortright (born July 19, 1986) is a Santa Barbara, California based Internet artist. She studied at Parsons The New School for Design in New York and California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Her work has been shown at the New Museum in New York, Rhizome, the Venice Biennale and the 2010 01SJ Biennial in San Jose, California.
vvebcam, one of her early works, relates to the activity of looking at a video online. Instead of being a simple consumer of YouTube, Cortright films herself while weaving into her video animations that both interrupt the experience of watching and question the entire physical process of sitting on front of a monitor. She refers to the physical nature of the computing experience in her blog piece, (2007) slecht-lands.” Discovered via
Mia Christopher is a multi-disciplinary artist based in San Francisco, California. I like the simplicity of her works. These doodles are pretty much the candy on top for me!