I get emails from readers all the time asking for art recommendations. And people sometimes tell me they have trouble navigating Etsy or that the sheer number of results when they search for a print is overwhelming. I know. There are A LOT of shops on Etsy these days, and believe me, I experience this frustration on a daily basis both as a buyer browsing and as a seller trying to get my shop noticed among the thousands.
I love responding to reader emails individually, but since this seems to be a common query, I thought, "Why don't I start a regular feature on the blog with collections of art I think would go well together?" And here's the first collection: one for the illustration lover who enjoys plays on perspective...that things aren't always what they seem. Add to that visually striking line work and a pleasing color palette, and I think this is a grouping you wouldn't quickly tire of looking at.
(Clockwise from top left: "UpsideDown" by Jennifer Davis; modern mobile: himmeli no. 1 by AMradio; "Let's Make a Pile" by Leah Duncan; and Giclee Print "2,3,4" by Jenn Ski.)
What do you think? Are there any artists you would add to this collection?