London-based Chilean artist Luisa Rivera’s illustrations are dreamy, colourful and delightfully surreal — not surprising, as she draws inspiration from nature, folk culture, literature and magic realism. She brings her figurative and narrative works to life with flat colors and simple forms. “I’ve always loved the idea of telling stories or communicate with images,” says Rivera, whose illustrations have Air Canada, Variety Magazine and The New York Times. “It is something that transcends languages and it is very primal for humankind.” Visit her website here, and follow her on Instagram.