One of the websites where I sell my art is Society6. The products aren’t limited to just art prints, you can also find my artworks on totebags, shirts, throw pillows, blankets, clocks,… Here are some of my favourite tote bags.
If you like looking at stunning collage art, you should follow the French artist Guillaume Chiron on Tumblr. I recently came across his work and instantly fell in love.
He uses unrelated images to create stunning surrealistic compositions, like a man sawing into Athens, or a horse walking on top of another city. The use of colours is absolutely stunning and creates a nice atmosphere. It has some kind of a romantic and nostalgic feel. Even though no horse is big enough to walk on top of a city like that, his collages feel awfully real. I really like that. It’s as if I’m looking at pictures from some old photo album. It’s scary in a way, but in a really, really beautiful and magical way. Continue reading “Artists on Tumblr #1: Guillaume Chiron”
Valentines day is coming up in less than a month, so I decided to make some love-themed art. Love isn’t always easy, is often confusing and weird and accompanied by hate. And that’s what the artwork is talking about. Is it love or hate? Or do you love hate? Or hate love? Both the colours and the words are contrasting, and the glitchy, broken text effect shows how weird, confusing and unstable feelings can be.
Love it or hate?
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On the first day of the new year I started a new challenge: make art every day. Even though it’s my passion, forcing myself to create something everyday was hard. I have a nine to five job as a designer and developer, and overtime isn’t uncommon in this business. So most of the days I’m pretty tired and not in the mood to work even more. But I liked the challenge and am pretty happy with the results. Here are my favourites! Some of them are for sale on society6 and/or RedBubble, links are mentioned underneath each artwork. They’re posted from old to new.
I thought I should dedicate my first post on this blog to another first: my first week in a new country. In July I moved to Norway ‘for real’, after studying here for three months earlier this year. Here are some pictures taken in Oslo during my first week, as well as some views from a small road trip I did during this period.