Illustrator: Dilka Bear (Italy)
Italian artist, Dilka Bear creates a charming acrylic illustrations of children and their honest expressions. The delicate female nature of the characters frames a magical world of daydreams — with a little touch of childhood sadness.
Photographs taken from Dilka Bear website
The artist introduces us to a misty world — conjured through muted colors and distinct style. Each painting is a magnetizing piece of art that focuses on the presenting female fragility and beauty in a wonderful but sometimes a bit surrealistic way.
It surely stoke up the mystery behind the artist not knowing her real name — or gender. Although we allow for Dilka Bear being in fact a female.
I have already bought an extremely beautiful art work from Dilka Bear Etsy store!
Artist: Dilka Bear
Graphic designer: Elisa Vendramin (Italy)
It´s always gratifying to discover new artist. Shortly before Christmas I was hunting for seemly gifts at PopUp verzlun in Harpa. The search seemed to be everlasting — and then — suddenly, I saw something that caught my eye.
Northen lights by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print
Daylight by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print
Vatnajökull by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print
Northen lights 2 by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print
These digital prints are for sale. The artist — Elisa Vendramin — is an Italian graphic designer, currently based in London. Elisa works in image making, where she combines delicate drawings with fantastical, three-dimentional settings and landscapes. She is also fascinated in experimenting with different printing and production techniques.
According to the Mei Moses All Art index number, it´s the right time to invest in art. At least, it seems to be at lower-risk than investing in stocks these days!
A photo brain. A self portrait by the artist
Photographs belong to Elisa Vendramin
Artist: Elisa Vendramin
Place: Pop-up market at Harpa, Reykjavik concert hall