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Danielle Kroll creates the kind of art that makes us sigh with delight and squeal with glee all at once.
Carla McCrae's work still manages to make us all goopy with happiness – not least her one-off portraits of couples, pets and a gaggle of her closest friends.
Every now and then we discover an arty type who makes us wish we could dive headfirst into their illustrated world.
Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can have the biggest impact, like these barn quilt squares found dotted throughout country towns in the USA.
Granted, there's something a wee bit creepy about melting someone's head into a puddle of molten wax, but we're digging these candles from Kaye Blegvad all the same.
When it comes to art, Julie Van Wezemael is what you'd call a bit of a dabbler – she'll try her hand at anything from drawing to ceramics and wielding a stitchy needle.
Air out your tent and dust off your binoculars, because a look through Natalie Wargin's flora-filled paintings will have you yearning for a trip off the beaten track.
The Californian artist uses light and colour to create immersive artworks that confuse your grey matter and please your peepers.
Plug in your hair crimper and hit play on your Simple Minds cassette, because these illustrations are likely to induce a spell of '80s-inspired nostalgia.
If you find yourself on Clare Sams' website looking for traditional knitting and embroidery, you'll wind up sorely disappointed.
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