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Experimenting with the link between painting and photography, this talented lady walks the line between the real world and imagination, dreams and reality.
Feeling nostalgic for the sunshine-filled days of summer and all those action-packed music festivals that go with it? Allow us to take you on a casual mosey down memory lane.
There's a sense of stillness to Andy Grellmann's photographs that makes us want to travel somewhere deep in the wilderness, lie down on our backs and stare up at the sky for a super long time.
Sandra Dieckmann's art is best viewed while wearing a spirit hood and howling at the full moon. Maybe in a dark forest. During the winter solstice.
Despite being born and bred in picturesque Switzerland, Pauline Aellen enjoys taking her photography to a slightly darker place, a little bit left-of-centre and at times unnervingly comical.
Nhung Nguyen's collages are embellished with such intricate details that we assume she has some kind of peewee pair of scissors to nick out tiny shapes.
Fuzzy felt was a vital part of many of our childhoods, but Jacopo Rosati has taken the creative journey the other way round.
Besides having a name that sounds like an awesome Scandinavian superhero, Agnes shoots beautiful wintry photos that conjure up tales of sun-dappled forests and sweet Swedish romance.
Maggie Louden has lived in Washington State for an awfully long time now, fostering her creativity amongst the forests, mountain ranges and old Seattle architecture.
How Junip manage to make music that's as perfect a soundtrack for a roadtrip along the coast as a rainy day of hibernation is beyond us, but we've gotta say, we're pretty darn into it.
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