Trish Grantham creates amazing artwork from acrylics, watercolour, and vintage books. Her style is a little bit magical, kind of like stepping into a dream… or a fairytale world filled with friendly creatures. You can buy a few limited edition pieces by Trish Grantham online at Etsy, or view her full portfolio at her website. It’s pure loveliness.
Junker Jane, a.k.a. Catherine Zacchino, creates ‘low brow’ pieces of art and handmade dolls in her Portland, Oregon studio. Her style is inspired by vintage trinkets, images from make-believe stories and anything otherworldly and supernatural. I’m fascinated by her quirky style and today I’d like to share a few of Junker Jane favourites. Enjoy!
Could you possibly think of a happier way start to a Sunday morning (well, apart from sleeping in until 11am)? Presenting a collection of quirky little doodles from our friends at Happy Doodle Land! These adorable prints are available via Etsy, and the iPhone and iPad covers are available via RedBubble. I’m kind of loving the little frenchy bear with the moustache and monocle!
Thank you Paula Mills! Your artwork makes us happy, your heavenly hues delight our retinas, and your cheerfulness warms our soul. These lovely prints are just a few of my favourites from the current collection at Sweet William. Oh, and did I mention the how much I love the setup of the Sweet William stall at the Finders Keepers Market? You can purchase these prints via Etsy.
Market photos by Tigs Macallan