by Zolton in New Illustration on Wednesday 23 January 2008

We recently came across the work of Australian illustrator Bindi Booth, whose work is rich in colour and allegory. It’s beautiful — detailed enough to keep you engaged, but simple enough to be appreciated at first glance. Of her illustrations she says: ‘I have been drawing ever since I can remember, and it’s always been about girls and fashion’. ‘I get a lot of inspiration from the fashion industry and also trawling through antique and vintage shops for one-off pieces and generally things I don’t need. I like combining fresh and modern subject matter with a vintage twist. I have dabbled in graphic design and illustration but also textile design, always trying to push myself to keep expanding my style so I don’t get pigeon holed’. Keep an eye out over the next few months for some special Bindi Booth designed Lost At E Minor postcards.

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