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Hoo boy, Aleta Bates sure knows how to make food look appetising.
We had a chat to the California native about her watercolour world.
Warning: these paintings may result in nostalgia overload.
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.
New York-based artist Yura Osborn has one intention for her artwork: to whack a big toothy smile across our dials.
Any art that comes with a 100% smile-inducing guarantee is art worth investing in, we tend to think. Luckily, Striped Cat Studio peddles just that.
Portugal. We love you for your delicious custard tarts, your knack for turning sardines into salty morsels of seafood heaven, and now, for illustrator Joana Rosa Braganca.
As far as the creative process goes, artist Marcel Cowling doesn't see the end result as having much importance, but his muted water colour paintings sure do have us in a tizz.
Lovers of watercoloured textiles, prepare to swoon.
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