Starving Artist is a unique tumblr featuring delicious watercolour illustrations by Sara Zin. A feast not only for the eyes; behind each illustration you’ll find the recipe to feed your belly.
I’ve always loved detailed pencil sketches, unfinished creative thinking of sketch books or even the simplicity of line drawings and doodles. So I’ve started a new board on my Pinterest dedicated to collecting all things black and white and sketchy.
See more sketches and follow my new board here
‘Mon Imaginaire’ or ‘My Imagination‘ is a cute little 30 page book, screen printed in two colours and simply illustrated by Amy Joycey. The book aims to familiarise children with the process of being creative.
See more of her lovely work here.
Intricate paper cut pieces by french artist Marine Coutroutsios. Now living in Sydney, Marine works as a full-time artist on commissions, paper installations and personal work. See more of Marine’s beautiful work here, here and here.
Last weekend we took a trip over to Hobart, Tasmania. One of my big to-do’s was to see the much anticipated Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). From the start MONA blew me away, not only in the Museum’s exterior architecture, but also in its considered details including free-to-use GPS equipped ipods which provided easy access to information on each nearby piece of art.