Hamburg, Germany-based artist Moki finds inspiration in Japanese artist Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) as well as in nature. Her acrylic paintings are filled with northern landscapes or as she describes more specifically as "isolated Scandinavian and Icelandic terrain, a subarctic frozen lake continent, untouched caves and moss meadows, and mountains sculpted into anatomical shapes by wind and water." She merges humans with nature, cloaking them in lush green meadows or a flowing river of water.
Many of her works can be found in her second book, a 128-page hardcover called How to Disappear. It's filled with 66 color illustrations as well as 33 black and white ones. You can find out more about it at Ginko Press.