Art Crush: Urban Jungle Vibe For Your Walls

13 November 2014 0


Will it come as a sort of revelation if I say I love plants? Ha, I can see you all rolling your eyes! As the founder of Urban Jungle Bloggers it comes as no surprise that anything plant related catches my attention – even art! Well, this seems to be the solution for those among you who are too reluctant when it comes to plants – maybe you want to add that urban jungle vibe onto your wall instead? I promise: No watering, no caring necessary! And it won’t die away!

This wonderful art print with banana leaves is the work of Hungarian artist Ildiko Olah for her label Oldi Art. Her work is inspired by naturalism and the beauty surrounding us as well as by her two kids with a dash of playfulness in her works. I really like her animal drawings and the plant inspired works such as the shown banana leaves and another piece showing a cactus. Make sure you check out her portfolio here.

And if you like what you see, you might want to hop over to the Facebook page of Oldi Art and join her giveaway – if you are lucky enough you will win one of her art pieces. Now I have to leave you. I have to water my real plants and afterwards I’ll relax on my bed with a book and enjoy the sight of the calming banana leaves. And if I fall asleep, I might wake up in a tropical resort. Who knows. It’s the magic of art!

Photography by Igor Josifovic
This post has been brought to you in cooperation with Oldi Art

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  • Reply Betty|Mexican Timeshare Solutions 13 November 2014 at 23:26

    I really enjoy reading your blog, thanks for sharing it 😀 it’s really beautiful

  • Reply Gerard @WalnutGrey 14 November 2014 at 17:08

    There’s no stopping you… next you’ll become a plant 😉 It’s a very nice pic. I’m guessing you must like the plant prints by Danish print studio hagedornhagen? Think I mentioned them before. The abstract cactus shapes are cool!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 14 November 2014 at 17:44

      Maybe I’ll be reborn a plant in my next life:-) the plant print brand doesn’t ring a bell right now but I’m intrigued, will look it up!

  • Reply Lisa Hjalt 14 November 2014 at 20:14

    Love the deep green shades of that print. It’s beautiful. I’m off to check out her website. Have a great weekend, Igor!

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