Art

Community Culture: Exploring the World of Aboriginal Art

  Indigenous Australians have a rich history that has approximately 80,000 years of contributions. The Aboriginals of this land are members of one of the oldest surviving cultures on earth and one great way to explore the knowledge and stories of Australia is through the art that surviving members of this culture create. Before European […] Read more…

An Interview with Artist Alicia Haberman from The Conscious Ink

Alicia is a talented illustrator and production designer working bi-coastally from Brooklyn, NY and Venice, CA. When it comes to her unique style of work, she explains: “I used lush, free-flowing line work and feminine imagery to create ethereal pieces that express energy and emotions.” Whim’s Editorial Assistant Cecile recently had the chance to ask Alicia some […] Read more…

‘Lost Princess’: A Series + Interview with Fine Art Photographer Parsa Jamalpour

Q: When did your love of fine art photography first blossom? A: I started painting when I was 14. When I was studying TV Production at university I discovered my love for photography, especially capturing human emotions. However I quickly realised that photography on its own was not satisfying, I wanted to create more artistic […] Read more…

An Interview with Artist Emily Heard

Q: When did your love of art first blossom? A: I have loved art all of my life, and vividly remember being no more than five years old staring at a picture on a wall, utterly transfixed. It was probably just a doodle done by a slightly older kid at school, but all I could […] Read more…

5 Whimsical Artists You’re Going to Love

When it comes to the art world, there is an incredible array of talented artists currently producing work which you’re sure to love. Here are just 5 whimsical artists whose work I’ve been admiring lately. Laura Garcia Serventi: Laura Garcia Serventi is currently based in Brooklyn, but she grew up Buenos Aires in Argentina where her […] Read more…

The Turquoise Board Project by Odette Bettany

Odette Bettany’s Turquoise Board Project celebrates everyday objects found around the home and was initially inspired by the photographer’s artistic Grandmother. After being introduced to the wonderful little project, we thought we would get the talented Odette to shed some further light on the story behind these images, as well as her process. . Q: When […] Read more…

Featured Artist: Madelyne Joan Templeton

Click for source:   Here’s some beautifully feminine work from Madelyne Joan Templeton that you’re sure to love! Featuring enough florals to make our hearts sing, along with pretty maidens, adorable animals and a soft colour palette, Madelyne’s artwork can’t help but lift you up and transport you into her dreamy realm. We encourage you to […] Read more…

Featured Etsy Store: Laliblue

Source: Laliblue   Colourful scenes from whimsical tales etched into wood and brought to life. That’s how we would describe the unique, playful jewellery and accessories of Etsy store and label Laliblue. Also featuring other magical bits and bobs including puzzle sets, illustrations and dioramas (to name just a few!), Laliblue is home to some […] Read more…

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