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This August with my sister Victoire, we had the chance to exhibit some of our work in an old “lavoir” (washing place), which is a beautiful and very unique place. My sister (Instagram @vikyjune) is a young photographer. She also makes little notebooks and lovely things. I am very proud of her and also of me because it is my first real “adult” exhibition.

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Today is about sharing some stuff I really really love. Enjoy!

  • First of all, please please watch these beautiful videos by Alexandra Levasseur, an artist from Canada. I love it so much I want the world to see it, it is so beautiful and full of poetry and captivating. Her paintings are georgous too but her videos are unrivaled.

 

  • Alexandra Muravey is an artist and graphic designer from Russia. She posted a project on behance called “Simple Pictures” in three parts and it is absolutely beautiful. Here is a selection of her work but I invite you to watch the full project because it is very original and  the colors are incredible.

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  • Finally, a few paintings by Sul-Jee Scully. Born in Seoul and currently living in Indiana, you might have seen her work before but I could not resist. I discovered her a few days ago and I am so glad I did.

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“The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.”

* These images are made by using black and white pictures with a mirror effect to which the artist adds painting. The result is something peaceful, soft and timeless; nothing fancy but it made quite an impression on me. Fabienne Rivory‘s work can be seen here http://cargocollective.com/labokoff

FR FR1 FR2 FR3* Ana Teresa Barboza is a complete Peruvian artist, doing sculpture, photography, drawing, sewing and embroidery. Human body interacting with animals is her main focus : relationship between the human and nature is often aggressive, disturbing and exaggerated by this combinaison of various materials and textures. Her website http://anateresabarboza.blogspot.dk/

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* Love the concept of Alexander Korzer-Robinson‘s work. He “deletes” all the white spaces and the texts in books (old encyclopedias or child books etc…) to keep only the illustrations and create a new story. http://www.alexanderkorzerrobinson.co.uk/portfolio

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Wish you well, wish you wall

Wall1Having his own flat/house is probably the best feeling in the world, just because you are free to put everything you love on the walls. I am not at all in this situation and I just feel like dreaming of the day I will be able to do it. These walls are so inspiring. Wall2

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Sources from http://www.pinterest.com/missmossblog/http://www.ultrahome.org

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A few days ago, a friend of mine bought a book called Dieu rend visite à Newton, literally God visits Newton, only available in french I am afraid.  You should take a look at the publishing house though, they have really nice and original books http://www.chemindefer.org/index.html. This friend showed me her new book and thanks to her because it was a revelation! I totally melt for it, specially the illustrations made by Mélanie Delattre-Vogt, a french artist who likes to collect teeth. She is as unique as her drawings. Check her work here http://www.delattrevogt.com/DESSINS.html

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In another style -you might have heard of her via tumblr, etsy or pinterest- I like the fresh, young and colorful world of the british artist Sandra Dieckmann. Here is her website http://sandradieckmann.com/ Two girls, two worlds, one passion. I am in love with both of them.

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Just discovered the incredible work of Carne Griffiths, based in London. He is “an amazingly creative artist who uses drinks like tea, brandy or vodka to create unique colors for his drawings”. How awesome is that?! http://carnegriff.wordpress.com/

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This piece is worked in brown havana ink with blue waterman ink, tea and water on stretched bockingford watercolour paper.”

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Tenderness

We all need a bit of tenderness , don’t we? This article is about three divine artists. They all are different but very talented. There is something peaceful about their art, quite lovable, specially as it is the begining of a new and stressful year.

James Jean : http://www.jamesjean.com/

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Catherine Campbell : http://www.catherinecampbell.net/

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Izziyana Suhaimi : http://my-bones.tumblr.com/

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