With a passion for design and a love for sewing, I’ve been creating clothing for myself and friends as far back as I can remember. I really relished the thought … Read more
Despite his name, I’m guessing German illustrator Frederik Jurk must be a cool guy because his images, his limited palette and gorgeous textured line work are awesome.
I was immediately taken with the work of California artist Zack Paul. Especially the images created on various bits of driftwood and found natural objects. The most perfect backdrop to … Read more
Stumbling across the comics of artist Vanessa Davis just made my day. Her personal meanderings and sketchy style just make me want to read every little thing I can get … Read more
A little retro, a lot colorful and even more fun? It’s the work of Missouri illustrator Tad Carpenter, who truly presents the ultimate trifecta.
At first glance, I was wondering what was going on in the illustrations of UK illustrator Gemma Robinson. Marmite! Shoulda known! I’ve become familiar with this British oddity courtesy of … Read more
Los Angeles painter Lisa Solberg was just what I was in the mood for this morning, as I was glancing through my links. Color, lots of color, tossed about, smeared … Read more
With 2010 almost upon us, it’s time to replace my 2009 edition with one of these calendar beauties. Among my favorites are the Matisse like screen printed calendar from Lena … Read more
UK illustrator Sophie Alda seems to capture that hazy second between sleep and wakefulness in her surreal images, which are executed in the most delicate of Easter egg colors.
I’m such a sucker for the childlike work of illustrator Joanne Neborsky. It reminds me of hiding under my bed as kid, cutting pictures out of magazines, and surreptitiously drawing on … Read more