Inspired by: Wayne Thiebaud

When I was in New York in September this year, I was delighted to discover Wayne Thiebaud‘s artwork at the Whitney muesum. I love he’s use of bright colours for highlights and thick paint strokes that look like delicious layers of icing. I couldn’t resist buying this print of pie encounter for my kitchen.

Check out more of his delicious work here and if you’re in New York, visit the awesome Whitney muesum and Wayne Thiebaud‘s artwork, it’s stunning to see in real life.

Continue Reading

Fruity Furoshiki Wraps: Dawn Tan

I am loving the recent work of Melbourne based watercolour artist Dawn Tan. These Fruity Furoshiki wraps are a fun, one of a kind way for wrapping presents. They are available in two sizes, mini and large and come in many vibrant fruit patterns. I really can’t pick a favourite – I think they are all pretty awesome!

To find more about Dawn’s gorgeous wraps check out her site here.

Continue Reading

The Refugee by Fintan Magee

Last Sunday we wandered the streets of Collingwood and discovered Fintan Magee’s new mural ‘The Refugee’. This absolutely huge mural is situated on the side of the very cool five level End to End building on Easey Street, Collingwood, Melbourne.

Continue Reading

Emily Isabella

I adore these whimsical, colourful illustrations from New York based designer and illustrator Emily Isabella. How awesome is that wallpaper!

Take a look at more of Emily’s gorgeous work over at her websiteTumblr and Instagram.

Continue Reading