These are from Etsy’s undiscovered shops. They have yet to make their first sale but they’re worth checking out.
Speaking of paper, I found this Japanese company called D-bros, a collaboration of graphic designers in Tokyo. The company’s vision: to bring a breath of fresh air to product design through visually playful and fun designs.
Aren’t these fruit memopads supercute? I think so too!
How about biscuits and chocolates to greet someone?
I’ve been blog hopping yesterday and came across the work of Anne Harwell. She paints these beautiful chairs and other art prints from her Etsy shop. Thought I’d share with you a sneak peek:) You can also check out her blog here.
This “Orange Chair Silhouette Collage
was featured in the 2009 New Universal/Nancy Meyers Film
which stars Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin.
Here are five girls drawn from the eyes of different artists. They have different styles of expression but all of these talented artists can be found in the wonderful world of Etsy.
Poppy by Darklingwood
This girl in red and poppies is a creation of Cat Mallard, a visual artist from North Florida. She is also a public school Art teacher for 20 years. Most of her drawings are inspired by fairytales and myths. She uses watercolor, gouache and pixie dusts!
“Please Lord, It’s Broken Again” by Best Art Studios
Jamie Best aka “Bellatrix” is the owner/artist behind Best Art Studios. This painting is part of her “Poison Trees” series. Most of her collections are made up of dark art paintings done in acrylic, textures and other mediums. One of her works, “Morning Splendor” is part of the The Fine Art Collection of The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago.
My Captain by Hide n Seek
The painting behind this art calls herself “Hidden Eloise”. I like her drawings of little girls that remind me of Heidi in the Alps.
Cherry Bomb by Scarlett Cat
Kate Lightfoot or Scarlett is a self-taught painter from Melbourne. I like her drawings of flirty, quirky, wide-eyed girls. Her favorite mediums are pencil and gouache.