Posts Tagged ‘Illustration’

Joyous prints from Sandra Juto

Happy Friday everyone! These new prints from Swedish illustrator Sandra Juto make me so happy! Look at the block coloured turrets of Russia teetering on a giant cake stand and behold the tiny hearty men rejoicing under a smokey raincloud dripping with fat raindrops!!! Love, love, love. Today we have a lovely lemon drizzle loaf […] Read more…

Illustration… Daniel Egneus

Italian fashion illustrator Daniel Egneus has blown me away with his fantastical illustrations combining nature’s natural designs into fashion ideas. In his world girls with olive spots are an organic part of snail shells, and other women are adorned with the patterns of octopus tentacles… 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…

Mengsel Design

Glorious summery coloured screenprints by London design studio Mengsel Designs. I love the lonely little sail boat at sea being overwhelmed by graphic turquoise waves and the bold repetition of intricately drawn coffee pots below. 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… Claire Hartigan

Claire Hartigan illustrates gentle magical scenes – tiny clusters of villages in faraway lands, comical and colourful intricately drawn fish piled up on each other and lovely hand-drawn animals [they are my absolute favourite]. You can buy some of her art from her online shop. Read more…

Household Bugs

These are bugs that would be handy to have around! Should you happen to need a  paperclip or a lightbulb… you could just grab a passing bug! Household bugs are cleverly created by illustrator Robert Samuel Hanson using household items. Robert seems to love replacing the expected with the unexpected so that they fit together […] 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…

Matchbox City

How cute are these matchboxes from the Swedish Museum of Architecture in Stockholm? The matches illustrate different architectural styles – Renaissance, international and gothic – together the match boxes create a small city block. Designed by Happy Forsman & Bodenfors. Read more…

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