These quirky illustrations by artist Marina Munn are otherwordly. The illustrations feature mysterious human figures lost in thought, as if engaged in a meditation session. The distinctive designs feature muted, earthy tones and geometric patterns that would look great in a magazine editorial or as a print on a t-shirt.
Marina is a Bulgarian born artist who now resides in Great Britain. The artist says she gains inspiration from: "the natural, unnatural and supernatural." Her whimsical paintings often convey deeper meanings and subjects then the viewer would initially detect. The talented illustrator works mainly in acrylic paint and digital illustration. I for one would love to decorate my apartment with these cute and quirky artworks.
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