• Recipe time – grilled salmon skewers

    To avoid putting on further pounds, the next recipe I’m sharing with you is as far from cakes as it can be: today we are grilling salmon! To tell the truth I chose to paint this recipe because I absolutely can’t stand fish (or any other creature coming from water) so this way I could […]

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  • Recipe time – raspberry cupcake

    Here is a new piece to my recipe series, in which I combined several old recipes to create this mouth-watering cupcake. Unfortunately while I paint these cuties, all healthy salads and oat flakes lie forgotten, because in my book, no avocado can ever compete with a good, old-fashioned cake. (Hence the few extra pounds I […]

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  • Summer equipment – a creative’s travel kit

    I can’t say I’m the type of artist who sketches everything she sees when travelling, from morning until dusk. For me, painting is a more intimate business, which takes time and a certain mood. However, I don’t like ┬áto go travelling without a full load of art supplies, after all, one can never be quite […]

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  • Recipe time – the perfect breakfast

    No, I am not about to say that Imelda Green’s is turning into a lifestyle blog, but it is possible that you might run into recipes in the future, as I’ve started illustrating food. The composition below is my favourite breakfast, which I’ve eaten the past 3 years, so now – that I’ve illustrated it […]

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  • Reading time – 3 books on creativity

    For a long time I was thinking about creativity-books the same way as sex: those who can do, will do it, those who can’t, will speak about it. However, some of these books have popped up in front of my eyes so often that I grew too curious and had to read them.

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  • 5 Hungarian illustrators I follow

    I visited the 24th International Book Festival in Budapest a few weeks ago, where I bumped into a small exhibition. The walls of a small corridor were covered entirely by the works of Hungarian illustrators – and there my heart melted. I had followed the works of several of them already, but I came across […]

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  • Creatives out there – 4 blogposts for creators

    I absolutely love reading round-up posts by other bloggers. When my favourite bloggers collect articles they’ve enjoyed reading that month I usually set the post aside and keep it for the evening, when I take a mug of tea and find a cosy spot to read through. So it was only a matter of time […]

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  • Illustartors – Instagram favourites

    A few months ago I mentioned 5 illustrators whose work I look at every now and then. There are some others, however, whom I only follow on Instagram – either because they have amazing style, or they take beautiful photos of their work, or simply because I’m into a certain medium. In this post I […]

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  • Love illustrated – Philippa Rice: Soppy

    Well, now that I’m so much into Valentine’s Day I might as well top it with a bit more sweetness – and I am talking literally, as Philippa Rice’s book called ‘Soppy’ can hardly be described other than sweet. Philippa is a UK-based illustrator who recorded every-day life with her boyfriend in the illustrations of […]

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  • Last-minute Christmas present ideas for creatives

    I quite enjoy looking at my family members’ face expression when I answer the question ‘what would you like for Christmas?’. I usually start chanting a long monologue about different brands of brushes, papers and notebooks, and during this time there is a spectecular change in their attitude: first they are happily smiling because I […]

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