Monthly Archives: July 2011

Vesa Sammalisto- neat illustrator

Vesa Sammalisto is a German illustrator who produces some pretty awesome stuff. Particually loving his editorial work, which is an area ive always found pretty difficult, he seems to have a talent for getting the message across in a simple, … Continue reading

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Art and Sole

Awesome article showing illustrators from ‘Handsome Franks’ agencys take on their favorite sneakers. Definatly worth checking out One of my favorites:

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Victo Ngai

I love her work, and this is a really interesting interview with her:!/notes/escape-from-illustration-island/interview-with-illustrator-victo-ngai/10150262861262010                

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Nice Day For A Picnic

Well it was anyway, before the heavens decided to open. Last week however when i painted this it was definitely picnic weather, hence a summer themed picture : ) Working on my painting was something that I wanted to do … Continue reading

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Saul Steinberg

I have recently been introduced to the work of Saul Steinberg, an Illustrator who frequently appeared on the cover of The New York Times. His works so charming and witty, and yet so simple, I think its just great really. … Continue reading

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Living with aggressive guinea pigs

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Hello hello, i wanted to show you some work i did recently for a project in which we had to produce book covers for some amusing ‘pet problems’, mine were Living With Aggressive Guinea Pigs, Studying The Intelligence Of Dogs and Toy Suggestions For … Continue reading

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Post Cards

morning:) my post today is a collection of images that i made a year ago now (its gone so fast!) for a really fun project that involved finding interesting items in junk and charity shops and creating some images based … Continue reading

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