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Painting lovely lasses with flowing locks is Holly Harper's speciality, and it's fair to say the Sydney-based artist has hit the nail on the well-coiffed head.
Receiving a card in the mail is a pretty heart-warming sentiment, but let's face it – how many do you look at just once before stashing them in a drawer or sentencing them straight to the recycling bin?
A word of warning: these illustrations by The Starving Artist are likely to cause some tummy rumbling, so it's best you grab a snack to nibble on if you're feeling a little peckish already.
Anyone who's dabbled in water colours can attest to how difficult they can be to master. Unless, of course, your intention is to paint one giant wet splodge.
Sometimes a series of carefully arranged splodges is all you need to tell a tale and bring on a groundswell of feelings.
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.
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