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Alessandra Genualdo's paintings leave room for reflection. Focused mainly on women, her subjects seem lost in thought, with their gaze hard to decipher. Using mainly gouache and colored pencils, Genualdo tends to stick to the same color stories, promoting a sense of breeziness and romanticism. “I like to paint with similar...
Illustrator Sanny van Loon highlights the simple joys to be found in the day to day, through colorful imagery that will charm you to bits. “I think being an artist really makes you look at the world differently,” reflected van Loon in an interview with Ballpitmag. And judging by her body of work, she views...
Illustrator and author Marc Martin captures the simple joys of everyday life, through his colorful and layered illustrations. A combination of hand-drawing, water coloring, and digital rendering, his work is a celebration of human spirit and nature, often featuring a hybrid between city life and natural settings. “Most of my work starts with a...
If there's a silver lining to COVID-19, it's the return of hobbies. Being homebound means reintroducing ourselves to pastimes like baking and knitting—and Terry Cook has been doing just that. A self-proclaimed tinkerer and doodler, his hands are often busy with something: anything from the more traditional watercolor, acrylics, and inks, to the more experimental...
If you're at all familiar with contemporary painters, chances are you've run into Katherine Bradford's work. Recognized mainly for her paintings of swimmers and superheroes, her naive paintings have been exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums like the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (solo), MoMA PS1, and Brooklyn Museum. https://www.instagram.com/p/CHDp3NUJUxb/ Painted using striking...
The benefits of illustration are manifold. Unlike photography, which is very much restricted to the fabric of reality, illustration can bring your wildest imagination to life. And doing so doesn't come at a hefty price tag. In fact, illustrating doesn't require more than a pen and paper. Recently, we've been inspired by Yumi...
There's a lot to be said about women's portrayal in both art and media. But while images of women in contemporary art might reflect society's views of them, some artists choose to turn these images on their head, provoking the viewer and raising questions about the complex politics of identity. https://www.instagram.com/p/CGXg0CpsESO/
Art doesn't need to represent reality in order for it to say something true about the world and the ways we experience it. Case in point: Grit Richter's surrealist art. Spanning across a variety of mediums (anything from traditional oil paintings to light installations), her work explores representations of shared memories and collective experiences.
When it comes Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski's mixed media art, there are two main ingredients: rainbows and eyes. Her work spanning across a variety of mediums, which includes video, performance, and installation, DeJesus Moleski explores questions of identity and femininity through the see of colors and symbolism. https://www.instagram.com/p/CE7XvP1FjPP/ “I’m curious about...
Color therapy (or chromotherapy) is a concept that dates back to ancient Egyptians, using color and light to balance the body's so-called "energy centers", also known chakras. And though graphic designer and digital artist Alycia Rainaud might not have intended for her work to be therapeutic, her vibrant digital illustrations provide just the splash of color our Instagram feed...

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