Aren’t you glad it’s the weekend? Alexander Grahovsky creates wonderfully mischievous drawings about ladies, love, fragility and sweet indulgences, addressing the vulnerabilities and easily consumable vices we’re subject to on a daily basis. (Some are borderline NSFW… that’s why it’s the weekend!). We love his series on crippling, easily torn young love, in a sweet punk sort of tone. Mirror Mirror is a dead ringer for the poet Sylvia Plath, and what a fantastic Great Wave top she’s wearing!
Our uncontrollable urge for everything sweet and dangerous: