Wonderfully funny clay pieces by Catherine Reece (the dung beetle plate caught my eye and as I was laughing, I couldn’t help but think that I might not want to use this for eating — my imagination has the propensity to run wild.) You can see more in her Etsy shop.
And the best thing is that her family is all involved in clay too; her 5-year old son Jackson has his own little Etsy shop making little clay items. Talent sure runs in this family!
Gorgeous colors in the works of Claudia Pearson, who is based in New York. You can see her works on her portfolio where she has clients ranging from Travel+Leisure to the New York Times, read up on her blog and also have a look at her Etsy shop filled with quirky illustrations (my favourite has to be her colouring book, Color with Claudia).
She’s also in poppytalkhandmade this month!
Beautiful illustrations and lettering by Fréya, who is based in London and Australia. I stumbled on her work quite by surprise on Etsy, and was immediately drawn into her wonderfully quirky style. And her work includes beautiful quotes and poetry-like prose that leaves me smiling every time.
See her Etsy shop to purchase her prints.