I’ve stumbled on them a couple of times, lithographs by Swedish artist Mona Johansson (born 1924). Could not resist this one when I found it at flea a couple of months ago, portraying our neighborhood and all, you can even glimpse our house in it.
Here another one.
Speaking of graphite. This wallpaper, still going strong.
German Howitzweissbach has done it again. “Wooden Organic Silk meets smooth hand-painted Cotton.”
Clare Skill is an artist working in London. Clare “enjoy recording the coming and going of everyday life using the beauty of Mandala”
I like this installation of MT tape.
Great news, ceramic artist Claire Loder (big time favorite of mine) has finally opened a shop! Good thing nr 2 – there is a giveaway going on over at Claire’s blog.
Swedish artist Olle Olsson Hagalund 1904–1972. Some day I will go to the museum. Interior here.
Go and check out Claire Nereim‘s new prints Melons and Hilo Beauty. I’m still in love with The Seasonal Fruits of California-poster which hangs in our country house now days. The Wildflowers poster is also amazing, well they all are. There is a new blog to take a look at as well Plant Planet.
Many of our studio sale visitors today came via Instagram (Tack, thanks for your visits folks!). Someone said that if you mentally line up the hashtags even before you snapped the pic, Instagram has taken over your life.
I rarely use hashtags, but I do enjoy that sharing app. Especially accounts like Swedish artist Britt-Marie Oskarsson’s Instagram.
Art by the ingenious Malin Gabriella Nordin.
And another idol, Ariele Alasko. So wow.
What a nice acquaintance, Clare Grill.