This week we present to you an artist that captured our attention with artworks that allude a childish aesthetic with irregular geometric shapes and pastel colours:
Juliet Furst is a Berlin-based artist and photographer from a town on the coast of North Carolina, USA. She works mostly in ink and gouache, creating quirky architectural castle shapes inspired by 14th-century Italy, and patterns based on similarly quirky forms and lines. She sells prints, pins, apparel, and other products from these drawings and paintings, and in the time remaining shoots film photography and hangs out with her big sis and roommate, also a Berlin-based artist.
Discover more about her artworks, visit her website.