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Illustration Tuesday… Angie Lewin

I feel for Angie Lewin’s work after discovering it yesterday within the pages of Garden Wisdom. With the weather being the way it is, makes me doubly enthusiastic to embrace botanical prints. After working in London as an illustrator Angie studied horticulture and a move to Norfolk prompted a return to printmaking. Inspired by both […] Read more…

Illustration Tuesday… Ana Laura Perez

The painterly and folkloric work of Argentinean artist Ana Laura Perez makes me feel languid and spirited all at once. You can tell at once she has a degree in Fashion with her attention to textures and prints and capturing the way hair and fabric moves. Her inspirations are stated as including ‘color palettes and […] Read more…

Illustration Tuesday… Lucy Vigrass

London based illustrator, Lucy Vigrass’ work is pretty eye catching, bright neons against dark backgrounds is her style. Although bold and graphic, her imagery however feels like there is constant movement within them – a testament to her subtle composition skills. I also feel like she has a really strong interiors led side to her […] Read more…

Illustration Tuesday… Carine Brancowitz

French illustrator Carine Brankowitz’s work is simply epic. Patriotic in it’s aesthetic, she uses red white and blue in ways I’ve never seen! I remember mastering this cartoony rendering technique at college, using shading to create the illusion of high shine on objects and textures – but Carine manages to use it in such a […] Read more…

Illustration Tuesday…Gemma Milly

When I look at Gemma Milly’s work, I understand perfectly why the boundaries between fashion and interiors are so blurred. I can see how these soft shades and polka dotted patterns that look so like light ethereal fabrics could translate perfectly into cushions and curtains and summery accessories. Read more…

Illustration Tuesday… Zara Picken

Zara Picken is a Bristol bases illustrator who specialises in nostalgic, mid-century inspired art. Her images are retro-tinted with textured blocks of colour – combining digital and handmade elements and vintage ephemera. Each and every one of her images make me smile and feel completely iconic in essence. Read more…

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