Maybe it’s because I’m regularly checking in on her profoundly candid blog, or because her work speaks to me in some uncanny way, but I’ve always felt a powerfully calming and comforting relation to the work of illustrator, Penelope Dullaghan. With a complete lack of pretense, Dullaghan creates softly textured images that amazingly, even when commissioned, still manage to feel as if they’re just as much a piece of the artist’s state of mind. She makes you feel as if she’d rather draw nothing more than bubblegum and desk lamps, and darn it if she doesn’t make you feel the same way.
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This heart-warming video is part of the #CanonShine movement, where Canon are aiming to bring back the power of the photograph - encouraging people to submit a photograph and use their lens to change the world.
In this clip, TV personality and long-time supporter of the charity Pink Hope, Lisa Wilkinson chooses Marina as her subject - a mother of two, who fought and beat cancer through the use of a double mastectomy. Lisa shows how this life and body-altering decision affected Marina's life.
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