Etsy.com is an online community store that “enables people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers.” Etsy artists number in the hundreds of thousands, and come from more than 150 different countries. You can buy locally made items, or art from across the globe. Etsy is essentially the Ebay of handmade items.
I have gone through their “Art” section of items (specifically Illustration, Painting and Print) to find some artists that stuck out to me and I felt I should share their great talent. I highly recommend checking out each artists collection of art (all of which are reasonably priced if you feel like purchasing any of them) as well as the rest of the great artists on Etsy. Enjoy 🙂
I believe we all are prey to bouts of laziness. I am constantly in the throes and try to combat my ailment with a steady diet of inspiration and doing. Photography is my favorite outlet and I do my best to make it a part of my life on a daily basis. I also enjoy paper things, color coding, and playing with words.
25 years old, animator and illustrator living in Berkeley, CA. I enjoy drawing, sunlight, and good TV.
I’m a graphic designer turned stay-home mom. When I have free time, I love to draw, paint, sew, and design. I love my family, early mornings, gardens, retro design, butter, and old movies.
I’m an artist and illustrator based in Chicago, Illinois. Interested in purchase information for original paintings? Check out my flickr page here.
I’ve been drawing since I was a small child and until this day, that passion for art keeps up. I’m a self-taught artist, and it was not until I turned 18 that I decided to pursue an art career instead of Law. A video game fan, I enjoy doing fanart of my favorite series. I currently live in Brazil, but I plan on going to other countries to specialize in art.
Drawing and illustration are my first-loves and I am offering archival prints of my recent work in my Paper Moth shop. My biggest influences are surreal art, comics, caffeine, cult movies and my cats.
I have been interested in art for as long as I can remember. I did not have a chance to begin developing my talent until my third year of high school. It was in this class that I gained experience with drawing and painting mediums
Laurel creates canvases that are largely abstract in style built around an awareness of the human form and kinetic movement. Themes that have developed a language in her work are electricity & power, sustainable energy practices, spirituality, and the human body as it relates to the environment.