Sasha Foster, an illustration student and vintage shopgirl, finds that her favourite medium changes month to month. She's definitely one for experimentation. "Recently, I've been working in graphite and using digital techniques to colour. However, I also love using embroidery to create tactile illustrations and I've dabbled in water colour and ink. I'm kind of schizophrenic in my image making." Her work juxtaposes soft, childlike imagery with unusal subject matter to produce surreal worlds that invite interpretation. Her work juxtaposes soft, childlike imagery with unusal subject matter to produce surreal worlds that invite interpretation. Over the past year, she's been working on her thesis, title Natural Perversions. "It explores a world where people have become sexually attracted to nature, investigating the diverse manifestations of human sexuality and the ability of the human mind to eroticize almost anything." Her images may seen innocent but with a second glance you can see there is always a naught twist. If you like her artwork as much as I do, check out her blog by clicking here.