. . . photographer Erwan Frontin's wildflowers, all of which he discovered while traveling throughout southern France. Don't you feel as though you can just reach out and touch them?
From 1960 to 1963, over fifty million skateboards were sold in the US. Skateboarding was clearly becoming a growing sport and eventually in May of 1965, this fun-loving street activity landed on the cover of Life Magazine.
You may have noticed by now, I love fashion illustrations. They combine my two favorite things: fashion and art. So after discovering the amazing work of Liselotte Watkins, it was love at first sight. Her
It's no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin. How amazing would it be if they were life-sized? Wishful thinking.
Spanish-born Ana Montiel delights us with a collection of illustrations she created for Nina Ricci's recent perfume campaign. Although these were ultimately just drafts leading up to the final product, they are equally as lovely and alluring.
We're completely charmed by Bernadette Pascua's pencil and watercolor illustrations. Her work has been published in numerous magazines such as W, Vogue, and Glamour and soon, she will be launching an online shop selling her prints.
Coco de Paris, a mixed media designer, paints charming and humorous creatures on antique french paper. This series in particular was illustrated on "La Petit Illustration,"
Believe it or not, what look like photographs of microscopic moss or trees laid against a snowy landscape are actually aerial shots of dried up, spiny rivers in Baja California, Mexico.