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Anu´s crazy-fun kitchen decoration

Colourful new year to you!

Well, eventually I could not resist and decorated my fridge with Anu Purre´s Floromania. It´s bit awkward to admit, but sometimes I just sit in the kitchen and look at it. There are so many details and shades, it´s impossible to fit onto a computer screen. A true piece of art by our genius drawer. Here is some evidence of the process and the final result.







Black dragon by our little fan :)

Black Dragon

Decorative stickers by Anu Purre

Anu, one of the most original and underestimated drawing artist in Tallinn today. Her insightful floral universes started as a deep self exploration. Today she has thousands of them, and her universe is expanding faster than our Milky Way.

Anu is a curator, calligraphy art tech and composition teacher, museum educator and educator of art teachers. Now large share of time goes with drawing and various art shows.

She tells us about her ways: “I have discovered cool ways to use markers as well as a new sketchbook method. This has fascinated me for three years and has become my creative lifestyle. I sometimes create my patterns in cafés or even while riding public transport – I am creative wherever I am.”

Here are some samples of our new master:

Sketchbook calligraphy 2 calligraphy 1 Watercolor 2 Watercolor 1


Floromania 2 Floromania 3 Floromania 4Floromania 1

See also our new fridges by Anu: http://interiorstickers.co.uk/designs/

Kiko Farkas

A rock-star designer from Brasil Kiko Farkas is using bold colors and shapes. He often adds fragmental motives, so you can just lose yourself in his posters.  Kiko is the author of Brasil 2016 logo. Here are some of his works:

farkas_cinemaindiano farkasmariposas farkascirculos1 farkasmariposas farkas-05 farkas-06 farkas-07


Find his complete portfolio from: www.kikofarkas.com.br

Happy Keyboard for Happy People


Juan Gatti


Sergei Isupov


Gigantic Cows by Miina Äkkijyrkkä


Vlieger&Vandam and the new 2012 Guardian Angel handbag collection


Scott Marr

for more : http://www.scottmarr.com.au/

Designed by Enn Praks

Creative Eco-Reminder Stickers by Hu2


Book Origami By Isaac Salazar

Merry Christmas!


Drinks Coasters by Cranky Pressman


Catchy tune and funky visuals to decorate your home by

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Here´s a piece to relax your eyes and ears.

Free fridge sticker

We´re throwing in a freebie.
Interior Stickers has a little presence in December issue of Homebuilding & Renovating. Is it a story, picture about us, ad, insert or something else – we can´t tell.
The first person to find it gets a free 26″x78″ fridge sticker.
The winner can send me an e-mail info@interiorstickers.co.uk or put it to our FB wall – https://www.facebook.com/Interior-Stickers-design-art-inspiration/

Happy hunting ;)


Sam Spratt

This guy is some of the hottest pencils in the business today – meet Sam Spratt.
Sam Spratt is a prolific artist who’s currently working closely with the creators of Angry Birds to breathe a whole new life into the franchise. He’s internet-famous for his beautifully rendered paintings of various memes and thanks to being a house illustrator for Gawker Media, where he’s essentially a digital Norman Rockwell with a caricaturist’s bent. This gig has brought Spratt notoriety but what spare time he has is given over to turning pop culture into fine art.

Find out more about Sam from his homepage – http://www.samspratt.com/

THE BOAT COFFIN – The idea and design of Sebastian Errazuriz

Because it’s cheaper than buying a boat and a coffin separately:P


Amazing 3D Pencil Drawings by Fredo



Alberto Seveso



Kukula was born in a relatively isolated village about an hour north of Tel Aviv. Her few neighbors were mostly retirees, many of them Holocaust survivors. As a result her childhood imagination was nourished by equal parts princess fantasies and World War II horror stories. Thus the attempt to reconcile real life horror with fantasy life sweetness emerges as an almost constant theme in her work.

After receiving her degree in illustration in 2003 After receiving her degree in illustration from Vital-Shenkar in 2003, Kukula moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is currently based. She has worked with galleries such as CoproNason, Corey Helford, Thinkspace, Shooting Gallery and Roq La Rue.

Kukula’s paintings center on feminine, doll-like figures, often surrounded by objects with sometimes clear, sometimes obscure symbolic meaning. The work registers the influences of both classical European art forms and contemporary pop culture. In her figures’ poses Kukula recalls classical portraiture, yet the style is manifestly modern and pop-influenced. Kukula’s compositions thereby disclose her personal struggles as mediated by a rich multi-cultural heritage.


Joe Fenton


Jarõna Ilo


The dressed-up furniture series

The theme of “Dressed-up furniture series” is to combine clothes and furniture. It will make you feel fresh by mixing the familiar elements of normal actions like fastening a button and daily furniture like stool, storage and bench.


Laikingland/Design and Manufacture of Beautifully Crafted Kinetic Objects

Laikingland is a creative collaboration, based in both the UK and The Netherlands, who design and manufacture beautifully crafted kinetic objects that engage, and evoke a sense of play and nostalgia.


‎*The wedding march* for BHLDN




Get your free fridge sticker :)

Interior Stickers is giving away free fridge sticker to every 100-th Facebook fan. News and cool stuff from depths of internet as well – art, design, inspiration. Come join us and try your luck!

Contemporary Radiator Colorful Design Like Lego Set

The Brick project is inspired by a shared emotional icon. This new line of steel radiators is made of a series of modular elements in various sizes able to create horizontal or verticalpatterns by combining different colors according to personal taste. Like a building bricks game, the Brick elements can be combined side by side or one on top of the other depending on the space available and the necessary heat yield.


WILLIAM MORRIS (1834-1896)

William Morris (1834–1896) was the single most influential designer of the nineteenth century. Morris was a political theorist, scholar, translator and publisher, an environmental campaigner, writer and poet as well as an outstanding designer. Under his direction Morris & Co. grew into a flourishing and fashionable decorating firm renowned for its wallpapers and textiles.

Today Morris & Co. guarantees authentic versions of those designs alongside new interpretations, using innovations in printing and weaving technology to create up-to-date fabric and wallpaper designs with timeless appeal.

More : http://www.william-morris.co.uk/

Systems, by Dan Beckemeyer

An illustrated skeletal system with stitched cardiovascular system and hand felted muscle mass all on hand-made abaca paper.



SIT is a street artist from Amsterdam, Netherlands.


Heikki Leis

It’s not easy to characterize Heikki. He is gifted photographer, sculptor and very good hand artist. We using his photos in our work also. I am personally intrigued by his drawings, because today there are fewer and fewer these artists, who have such kind of excellent craft skills, such ability to draw and see the details. I’ll give you a small selection of his works. Please check out his website, it’s well worth viewing.


Nick Sheehy

Nick Sheehy is a very talented illustrator who lives in Leigh on Sea, in the UK. He has produced illustrations for top clients such as Computer Arts Projects, Belio Magazine and Lamono. His illustrations are very quirky and often reference bird like figures as the main subjects.


Hundertwasser on Hundertwasser

What does a man need in order to be happy. Progression is retrogression and retrogression becomes progression. My painting is, I think, completely different because it is vegetative painting. One reason why other people do not want to paint vegetatively or want to take to a vegetative way of  life is because it begins too unpretentiously, it does not have great eclat or drum roll; on the contrary it grows quite slowly and simply, and that does not appeal to our social order, people want instant results based on the slash and burn principle. I should like, and I do it too quite instinctively, to live an example, live an example to people, paint for them a paradise that each may have, he need only grasp it. Paradise is there, but we destroy it.

I want to show how basically simple it is to have paradise on earth.

And everything that the religions and dogmas and the various political creeds promise, is all nonsense. And there of course I come into conflict with society which completely misunderstands that. They believe that it is eccentricity, just a publicity stunt, but they forget that that is part of myself, that that is my natural form of expression.
Why may a human being not do what he needs to do, like a flower.
The colourful, the abundant, the manifold, is always better than mediocre grey and uniformity.
Only those who think and live creatively will survive in this life and beyond.
One must live as though one were at war and everything rationed.
Man must be careful.
Must think independently, must economize. Should not waste blindly. Man must take care that the cycle functions. The cycle from eating to shitting functions naturally. But the cycle from shitting to eating is disconnected. Being happy does not depend on wealth at all. Does not
depend on production. That is difficult to say.
Paintings for me are gateways, which enable me, if I have been successful, to open them into a world which is both near and far for us, to which we have no admission, in which we find ourselves, but which we cannot perceive, which is against the real world.
Our parallel world, from which we remove ourselves in one respect.
Yes, and that is the paradise, that is what we are in, what we are arrested in, and which some inexplicable power denies us. And so I have succeeded in throwing windows open. How I succeeded is difficult to explain.
On no account by force, nor by calculation, nor by intelligence, nor necessarily by intuition, but almost as though sleep-walking. The work of the artist is very difficult, because it cannot be done by force, diligence or intelligence.
I think that by strength and diligence and intelligence one can do anything else in life, but the rewards of art are totally unattainable by these means. Therefore, by goodness even a good person, finds himself suddenly up against a barrier, he cannot get beyond it. It is very strange, isn’t it, if a man contributes all he has, diligence, goodness, perseverance, intelligence, everything that he has, and in spite of that he doesn’t get anywhere. What is the reason for this.
I believe, and I am absolutely certain, and therefore I believe, that painting is a religious occupation, that the actual impulse comes from without, from something else that we do not know, an indefinable power which comes or does not come and which guides your hand.
People used to say in earlier times that it was the muse, for example, it’s a stupid thing to say of course, but it is some kind of  illumination. And the only thing one can do is to prepare the ground, so that this extraterrestrial impulse or however else one might describe it can reach you. That means keeping oneself ready. That means eliminating the will, eliminating the intelligence, eliminating “wanting to do better”, eliminating ambition. I should perhaps like to be known as the magician of vegetation or something similar. We are in need of magic. I fill a picture until it is full with magic, as one fills up a glass with water. Everything is so infinitely simple, so infinitely beautiful.

Childrens Paper Chair


Ado Lill

If you would see pictures of this old master in real, it will be more powerful. Excellent works!


Surrealistic Wallpapers

These fantastic surrealistic wallpapers are designed by German company Surrealien. They can easily help you to create plenty of optic illusions in any of your room. You can warp the patter of the wallpaper over existing objects on the wall. Thanks to that windows, switches, sockets, pictures, doors and all other stuff on your walls can become part of continuous patterns.

Read more: http://www.digsdigs.com/surrealistic-wallpapers-that-add-some-fun-to-any-room/#ixzz1J6TY3fgm

Héctor Serrano and Talking Hands

Temporary tattoos for talking hands. Transform your hands into little monsters or animals!


Christian Montenegro

Christian Montenegro is an Argentinean illustrator. First, he studied comics in Alberto Breccia’s atelier and later Graphic design in the Buenos Aires University. Since the year 2002 he’s worked with the digital media, mixing concepts from design with his previous experience in the comics. The style could be compared with a Lego system, simple pieces are combined in a more complex organization. His works has been published in Argentina and all over the world.


Kadi Kurema

Kadi has a lot of fascinating images that deserve to be highlighted. I chose for this topic one of her humorous images named “Book of Dog”. All of her works are hand-printed on self-made paper.

Works and deeds of Kadi you can see here http://www.hot.ee/k/kurema/

Roman Klonek

Roman Klonek, born in Kattowitz/Poland, have a spot for old fashioned  cartoons, especially East European Styles. In the 90s he studied Graphic Arts    in Duesseldorf  and discovered a passion for woodcut printing.

Since 10 years now, he do posters with a wide range of whimsical creatures,  mostly half animal/half human, preferential in awkward situations.

You will find a bizarre balancing act between propaganda, folklore and pop.


Alexander Girard Memory Game

Work is play. And play can work to keep your mind fresh and sharp. This  memory game, based on designs by Alexander Girard, will exercise your mind  in a way that’s beautiful and fun. House Industries has taken Girard’s images,  originally created for environmental enrichment panels in the Herman Miller  Action Office plan, and combined them into a gorgeous 72-piece game.


Written Portraits – Dutch Book week campaign

Each year CPNB (CollectivePromotion Dutch Literature) organises the Dutch Book Week to promote Dutchliterature. And every year a specific genre is being profiled. This year the(auto) biography is featured. This is translated in the theme ‘GeschrevenPortretten’, which translates in Written Portraits’. Van Wanten Etcetera created the campaign, which show the different faces behind the (auto) biographies. AnneFrank, Vincent van Gogh, Louis van Gaal and Kader Abdollah (writer of thebiographic Book Week give away). Souverein made the artwork and did an amazingjob creating realistic images. Even original book pages were used for the textinside the portraits to get right structure for each portrait.

Concept: Markus Ravenhorst, Maarten Reynen

Artwork: Souverein

Photographer Mark Laita

A collection of images of the seductive and mythological snake.


Reti Saks

When I looking at Reti’s works I have feeling like someone knocking at  my soul door. Maybe it’s little bit hurting, but it is open-hearted  feeling.

Reti discribes her work as:

There are pictures I cannot escape. These are my real pictures, pictures that have come to me. I can not refuse to commit them to paper. I just hold the pencil and my hand starts moving. And then, after having discovered the name of the picture, I sign it. Is it right to call it mine, when it has come to me by itself? At those moments I have an inking of why I exist…

I make pictures for people who recognize them and intimate me about it.


Art and Videos by Ravi Zupa


Fashion studio NYMF

There’s small fashion studio NYMF in Tallinn.  Same good as DESIGUAL, maybe even better. Check out new collection of  NYMF http://www.nymf.ee/kollektsioonid/nymf-kevad-2011/

Ferris Plock