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Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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Alisa Krasnikova is a self-taught artist from St. Petersburg, Russia. She likes hot cocoa and dreaming up whimsical creatures and mysterious cosy places.
For the purpose of bringing it all to life she makes illustrations, paintings and sometimes sculptures, linocuts and whatever seems like a fun way to create something. Also sometimes she makes great pies.

Recipes By Alisa Krasnikova

Moonrise Camping / Let’s have a picnic! by Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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Another vintage colored picnic inspired by the “Moonrise Kingdom” movie. Wild nature, rebellious youth and the 60s aesthetics—ahh, I’m just in love with them

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Day in the Boat / Let’s Have a Picnic! by Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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The idea of a picnic has a little nostalgic note for me. All that woven baskets, beautifully aged cutlery and woolen plaids make you think of old times and summer adventure stories. I was thinking—what snack would Mole and Rat from “Wind In the willows” have on their day at the river? Or three in the boat (with their dog)? And I can see them sitting on a riverbank, drinking hot coffee from the enamel mugs. Water floats lazily and the air is fresh and sweet scented. So many new places and faces are awaiting them! I would love to join them so much.

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Strawberry Jam by Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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I consider strawberry the gorgeous queen of berries. And here it is in it’s shameless tempting glory (and in the form of jam!)

Garden of Bunnies by Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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Bunnies and flowers, idyllic garden and beautiful spring.

Meet the Rainbow Veggie Platter! by Alisa Krasnikova

St. Petersburg, RU

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Vegetables are gorgeous and they need more appreciation of their beauty (and health benefits). Vegetable platter is a way to add more beneficial food to your diet with fun and ease. It’s so simple and in the same time not boring - you can choose veggies you like, you can pick a dip to accompany, you can eat it on its own or serve as a garnish. So I want to celebrate this magical dish!