Press love!

After the whirlwind that was the PikaPackage Project, we would like to thank the following beautiful websites for mentioning the PikaPackage Project and Pikaland on their blogs:

And there’s more that I haven’t had a chance to mention: Bloesom, Blissful B, Desire to Inspire, Camilla Engman, Lovely Paper, TskTsk, A Little Hut ; these lovely blogs are among so many others who had generously introduced Pikaland.

To everyone, thank you so much for including us in your day! :)

Little Paper Planes

Wooden Deer Print by Cole Gerst; Multi Dimensional print by Renee Garner

My first visit to an online gallery full of beautiful art prints for sale was at Little Paper Planes, helmed by the wonderful Kelly Lynn Jones. I think it was way back 2 or 3 years ago (if my memory doesn’t fail me!), and I remembered how lovely the website was, and the stuff she has on there is beautiful.

Ribbons and Bows print by Kelly Lynn Jones

Fast forward a few years, and although nothing much has changed on the site’s outlook (it’s perfect the way it is) — but Kelly has been adding more and more artists in there — there’s new artists like Iris Schwarz, (a dear friend, and a contributor for our PikaPackage Project), and also a personal favourite: Deth P. Sun. Oh, and Meighan has a wonderful interview with Miss Kelly over here too.

Kelly, you rock!

cristina sitja rubio

Cristina Sitja Rubio was a photographer for 10 years before finally trading in her camera for a pencil. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela, studied Fine Art in Montreal and is now in Berlin.

I love her pencil lines and the ideas behind her illustrations. They’re always tinged with subtle color that really makes her work pop.

You can buy her buttons and shirts here, and read her blog filled with her drawings here.

Sunberst

Bird Lights limited edition print

Beth Berst-Gregory creates art that focuses on people, animals & nature and capturing the simple moments between them.

I love the name of her shop/portfolio — it’s very lovely, and is a reflection of her style: sunny, happy and cheery.

Have a look at her portfolio, stop by her shop and take a peek into her journal.