Tag: Mixed Media

Transicionales by Marcela Cardenas

Feb

28

Marcela Cardenas Transicionales

Marcela Cardenas Transicionales

Oh Marcela Cardenas, we love this! The hues, the huuuess; blush, mint, violet, and several earthy tones in between – all this plus soft velvety fur and a few drawings on glass. BAM. A visual cocktail to get your weekend started.

I know fur is a bit of a touchy subject for many (I’m with you on that) so we won’t get into a debate of sorts (also, our brains are fried and it’s Friday and we all wanna go home), instead let’s appreciate the beauty and intricate work of this series.

See more of Marcela’s work over here. Once you’re done, you’re free to close your computer and go for a drink :P

Happy weekend señores!

Via: The Jealous Curator

Collage by Jesse Draxler

Sep

9

Collage by Jesse Draxler

Collage by Jesse Draxler

Collage by Jesse Draxler

Collage by Jesse Draxler

Collage by Jesse Draxler

These fantastic collages are the latest work of mixed media artist Jesse Draxler. They are part of an editorial series created for CREEM magazine.

These collages have a bit of a fall/winter feel to them, don’t they? And since everyone’s posting “goodbye summer” photos and tweets, I decided to instead do a “welcome fall!” post. There’s no need to be sad for summer’s departure (I’m fucking crushed). Regardless, I am totally bookmarking these images as inspiration for future fall/winter recipes.

Happy Monday! (why, whyyy?!!).

New Collages by Danielle Krysa of The Jealous Curator

Aug

30

Growth by Daniella Krysa

Growth by Danielle Krysa

Growth by Danielle Krysa

Growth by Danielle Krysa

Happy Friday guys! So, by now I’m sure you’ve been to The Jealous Curator, right? It’s pretty much one of the coolest compendiums of contemporary art on the interwebs curated by Danielle Krysa (brilliant editor and all-round lovely lady). Not only does she find rad pieces of art to share with her reader, but she’s also an artist herself! She’s even drawing people’s houses (or cars).

Growth is one of her latest series where she has gone “back to basics, back to making art because it’s fun.” I love the little stacked plants! For some reason the colours and textures seem so cozy to me, like you want to hang them in your kitchen and have them near you while baking some treats. And come on, who can resist a well stacked succulent or cactus? Yup, not us!

If you want see more of Danielle’s work visit her site In Progress, and while you’re there, pop by her blog too (bring some food cause you’ll be there for dayssss).

Happy weekend friends!

Beautifully Styled Posters by Kristina Krogh

Aug

1

Posters by Kristina Krogh

Posters by Kristina Krogh

Posters by Kristina Krogh

Posters by Kristina Krogh

Posters by Kristina Krogh

These beautifully styled posters by Danish Graphic Designer Kristina Krogh are going to everyone’s early-christmas wishlist. And by early christmas I mean get them now.

The combination of colours and textures are spot on; cork, marble, wood, brass and a few touches of pastels. These posters would make any room look extremely handsome, so handsome you might have a torrid affair with it. Kristina’s creations capture the best of both worlds: vintage, mid-century inspired style with a modern, graphic touch – one simply cannot resist but to drool all over them. Plus, the way she styled them with all of those amazing little trinkets, my god, love at first sight.

All posters are limited edition and at around US$80, they are quite an affordable option to upgrade the art on your desk or wall. If you want to drool some more, pop by Kristina’s website where you can see the whole collection. WARNING: Your credit card might get manhandled.

Incredibly Colourful Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Jul

26

Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Mixed Media by Amy Boone-McCreesh

Nothing better than a punch of beautiful mixed media to end the week on a happy note. These incredibly colourful creations are the work of Baltimore-based artist Amy Boone-McCreesh, a gal that has a killer way of using bright hues.

“Taking inspiration from celebratory and funerary displays in various cultures, Amy aims to explore decoration and human relationships.”

It’s amazing how something that could be seen as sombre and depressing, can be turned into a cheerful work of art. And just as if these amazing collages on paper aren’t good enough, she has also created a series of 3D pieces that are even more hypnotizing – like a happy pill for your wall.

Don’t wait any longer and head over to Amy’s site to get inspired by her bright portfolio. Trust me, you’ll be hooked (and I bet after you see it you’ll be scheming lots of DIY garlands for the weekend, am I right?).

Have a good one! See you Monday, mmkay?