1. To restart the blog after a long absence - and an extra long summer - I chose Juliet Phillips. I stumbled upon her super-cute mini-comic “sixth grade sleepover” on cargocollective and browsed a bit more through her drawings, paintings and animation. What a very nice collection :)

    See for yourself at cargocollective.com/jrphillips/ (my favourite is the animation part!)

  2. Happy Red Fish makes happy colourful illustrations based on collages (if you look close enough, you will discern the threads that pass through them:)

    More at http://www.happy-red-fish.com.

  3. Banksy street art.

    (Source: chameleon-dreams)

  4. Installation projects by Marie-Andrée Côté.

  5. Ceramic jewellery by Moko.

  6. Ceramic jewellery by Yiota Vogli, a visual artist and jewellery designer and maker from Greece.


  7. Olivia Jeffries makes delicate drawings on delicate matter. Old book’s pages, a typewriter, simple shapes and burned holes on paper are all part of her work.

    She says: “I aim to keep my drawings as understated as possible and try to suggest a larger narrative by pairing the primal and elemental qualities of ordinary shapes with my fascination for used paper and the dirt, stains and markings they accumulate over time." (from her website)

    You can find her work on her website, her blog or etsy .


  9. When diagrams become art ………..:)