Category Archives: art


Do you guys remember the lovely Lo who provided an awesome guest post while I was on vacation? Well, I have wonderful news, she is now an official regular guest contributor over in these parts! Huzzah! As an added bonus, I will be a guest contributor on her blog, so after reading this post, go on over to Lo’s blog to see what I’ve shared.

Hello, Everyone! So excited to be back as a guest contributor here at Tenacious Dee. I  am constantly inspired by all things design and art related and am eager to share some of my favorite things coming out of this world with you all here on Dee’s thought organizer.

This week I would like to share with you the work of Bethan Laura Wood. Wood creates pieces of art that depict rock and geographic formations. Her work reflects the nexus of art as an object of function/fashion. Her “Rock” series is carried out through furniture, accessories, and scarves. Rocks (if you haven’t noticed from the name of my blog) are a constant source of inspiration for me.

Thanks for sharing her lovely work Lo! xo


le petit elefant

Being one half of a bespectacled pair, I love everything about this.

leah goren

website // shop

If you keep up with design sponge, you’re aware that Grace is giving away a scholarship to an art/design student currently enrolled in an undergrad program and she’s narrowed down the finalists to the top 10. If I may, I’d like to ask you guys to go over to design sponge and vote for Leah Goren. As you can see, the gal has some serious illustration chops. Did you ever see her cat print dresses? They are amazing, I am still saving up to get my hands on one! I don’t know Leah personally but her art and her work really speak to me. Call it a hunch, but I think she’s one cool chick! Check out her website and shop and I think you’ll agree with me wholeheartedly.

hello jenuine


I am loving the sweet, sweet illustrations of Jen Collins. She makes me wish that adorable yellow raincoat existed so I could wear it!

raymond lemstra


In my next life, I am so gonna become an illustrator and if my work is anything like Raymond Lemstra’s then I’ll be one happy broad. Check out his shop of goodies.

jenny vorwaller

// jenny vorwaller //

If I could pick a favorite painting medium at this time, I’d definitely go with watercolor. I’ve just been obsessed with everything watercolor as of late. At the top of my list is the work of Jenny Vorwaller, I want every single one of her pieces! Those colors are just so gorgeous!