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Santiago Salvador

I check out Santiago Salvador’s Flickr all the time. I love the flair and playfulness of and the simplicity of the design. Salvador is able to combine a folk aesthetic … Read more

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Stephanie Tichenor

Stephanie Tichenor’s works in fiber and paint are delightful. In the difficult, often frightening world we live in, it’s a treat to see art concerned with whimsy, light and a … Read more

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William Edmonds

I tend to not like most folksy, craftsy, text-and-graphics-based art, but British artist William Edmonds does it really well. His images and ideas are actually compelling and often weird, way … Read more

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Ricky Needham

Ricky Needham’s bizarre, fantastical, visionary folk art freaks us out and makes us feel funny inside. Really cool stuff.

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Netali Ron-Raz

I love the folky, wood-block print look of illustrator Netali Ron-Raz’s work. Her images have a knowing innocence about them that I find compelling.

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Sandrine Pelletier

Sandrine Pelletier combines traditional and conceptual techniques to bring folk and pop concepts and narratives — backyard wrestling, black metal, folk mythologies, kitsch — into intellectual consideration and experience.

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Adam Hancher

Adam Hancher is an illustrator from Bristol, UK. His work is usually focused around some sort of narrative; being influenced in particular by woodland tales, mythology, and design work from … Read more

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Tessa Hulls

I love that people like Tessa Hulls are still creating fantastical fairy tale worlds full of benevolent animals and ancient future tribes.

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Andrea Wan

Knitting, puppets and weird folksy themes run through the strange and surreal paintings of Canadian artist, Andrea Wan.

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