Paperboyo

I love the way Rich McMor perceives the world. The paper artist,...

Reyna Noriega

Artist Reyna Noriega's illustrated portraits of women are absolutely stunning and empowering....

Alja Horvat

Yesterday, I posted about changing up a gallery way of prints in one of the bathrooms in our home. It eventually sent me down a rabbit hole, looking up artists I’ve previously featured on HonestlyWTF.…

Koketit’s Doodles

Israeli artist Shira Barzilay brings a unique perspective to photographs with her incredibly dynamic doodles. It’s amazing how she’s able to inject so much movement and life into an image with a seemingly simple, continuous…

Maggie Stephenson

Honestly, WOW. I am absolutely loving artist Maggie Stephenson’s captivating illustrations. Not only are her color palettes so inspiring and on point, her exaggerated and somewhat abstract portrayal of the female figure is wonderfully tender…

Isabelle Feliu

I’m revisiting the work of Isabelle Feliu because it’s just that good. I’ve become even more obsessed with the Oslo-based, Honduran artist’s depictions of strong, diverse and confident women. I love how she celebrates culture,…

Bodil Jane

Dutch illustrator Bodil Jane continues to blow me away with her feminine, playful and colorful illustrations. I’ve always loved the way she depicts women – so bold and confident.

Cj Hendry’s Rorschach

Bow down. The Queen of Hyperrealism has done it again. You might remember Cj Hendry’s Complimentary Colors, a series of drawings of paint swatches using colored pencils. Yes, colored pencils – the same medium used…

Diane Dal-pra

There's a special energy amongst women, found in friendships, relationships and family,...

Camilla Perkins

I only recently discovered the work of UK based artist Camilla Perkins...

Ana Leovy

Mexico City based artist Ana Leovy is disrupting beauty stereotypes with her portrayal of strong, confident women in her paintings. Empowerment by way of imperfections is exactly why I’m currently crushing on Ana’s art. I…

Kanghee Kim

Artist KangHee Kim’s series Street Errands, where layers of her own digital photographs are manipulated and overlapped, is deeply personal. At the age of 14, KangHee moved to the United States from Seoul, South Korea,…