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Rosanna Tasker's illustrations show more or less typical scenes of people working and playing. Her subjects are portrayed sitting by the pool, grocery shopping, walking in the rain, gardening, traveling, etc. Many people consider some of these tasks mundane if they do them regularly in real life, but Tasker's art adds a dose of magic to each...
Art isn't just meant to be a pretty sight, decoration, or part of a collection. For centuries, art was also a way for artists to express their view of the world and deliver criticism about the state of society. This is the approach that talented freelance artist Davide Bonazzi took for his series of minimalistic illustrations.
Meg Lionel Murphy's Instagram bio simply reads "I paint giantesses," and that's exactly what she does. Her paintings show women who've turned their pain into the strength that helps them survive. "Over the past few years, I’ve compulsively painted heartbroken womxn that magically grow larger, stronger, and scarier than the world around them. As the paintings grow...
Vincent van Gogh was an incredible artist with a fascinating life story that inspires people to this day. His life was short but eventful, and it's what inspired Iranian cartoonist Alireza Karimi Moghaddam to create a series of comic-like illustrations in celebration of van Gogh. https://www.instagram.com/p/B76PRL-g2Sm/ “Van Gogh’s life...
Hanin Shaqsi is a talented artist who describes herself as a pop-surrealist from Muscat, Oman. You might find her artwork odd at first, but with her oil paintings, she expresses the feeling of life and human struggles and how humans feel and think. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bz6J6jhFCHK/ “My paintings are inspired by lucid...
Martine Johanna paints compelling women portraits that are perfectly (and deliberately) imperfect. “I don’t want them to fall flat or be just pretty," she noted once, in an interview with The HYDE Magazine, "I want life in them and experiences because that is what makes people interesting." https://www.instagram.com/p/BvCo7XSHdm2/ “Most of the...
Miriam Escofet is a gifted Spanish artist who creates hyper-realistic portraits of people. Born in 1967, the award-winning painter is currently living and creating in the UK. She comes from an artistic family, so her path came naturally. https://www.instagram.com/p/Btvq4tFHN2o/ “I look at paintings as portals - worlds one can visually step into and...
Irene Raspollini’s portraits have distinct characteristics. Mostly centered around women, her characters are painted with dramatic blushes that make them appear either flustered or forever blushing. With a love of both pop culture and kitsch, her artwork has a tongue-in-cheek quality to it that's well-intended. In other words: it's all fun and games.
Claire Brewster’s artwork is an experiment of sorts—an exploration of mediums and techniques such as collage, painting, pouring, stippling, and layering paint on paper or card. The result is a colorful, rather delightful, sort of mess. https://www.instagram.com/p/B4RvwI1FDHb/ “I am always testing the materials, colors, and textures to act beyond...
Ed Fairburn's portraits stand out not only for their craftsmanship and attention to detail, but more importantly, for their unique canvas. Describing his art as a combination of cartography and portraiture, Fairburn relies on original maps as the basis of his work. Employing ink and pencil, he intervenes with these maps, making gradual changes from which...

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