Previously, I’ve featured the talented illustrator in St. Paul, Teagan White. Since then, she has posted more intricate renderings of flora and fauna, cute anthropomorphic critters, illustrative typography, and everything in between. Teagan begins each piece with an inky drawing and then digitizes them to add her harmonious color schemes. Check out her website, here, to see more of her incredible art! And for a wonderful treat, check out her Society6 page to purchase prints.
Posted in Art, Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Print, Typography
Tags: Art, arts, Design, Graphic Design, harmonious color schemes, Illustration, Ink, Minnesota Artist, Print, Teagan White, Typography
Yuta Onoda was originally born in Japan and presently lives and works in Toronto, Canada. He is an incredible illustrator / painter who has been commissioned for many magazine editorial illustrations. He has been shaping his art aesthetic through various forms of media, finding new avenues to express himself. Yuta is refining his style, based from his coursework from Sheridan College. Many of his personal pieces were drawn together using graphite, inks, and acrylics, combined with Photoshop to more or less define his style. Stemming from his childhood love of comics, Yuto outlines his images. He also likes to infuse his artwork with decorative elements and details, which comes from his love of Art Nouveau and Ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints. Currently, he has been merging Eastern styles with North American content, like the outdoor spirit of the Canadian wilderness. To see more of Yuta Onada’s amazing illustrations, check out his website and Behance page!
Posted in Art, Illustration, Mixed Media, Print
Tags: Acrylic, Art, Art Nouveau, Canadian Artist, Design, Digital Art, Graphite, Illustration, Ink, Japanese Artist, Mixed Media, Print, Ukiyo-e, Yuta Onoda
London-based artist, Charlotte Mann uses intricate life-sized drawings for her installations. Using only a black marker, she depicts scenes of furniture, clutter and even floor boards! Charlotte uses a special water-based marker called the Posca marker pen, which is non toxic. This prevents her from feeling light-headed from the fumes, during long drawing sessions. Her wall murals take away the need for acquiring fancy decorations and even furniture in some cases. She has collaborated with fashion designer Peter Jensen to create breathtaking backdrops for various fashion shows. Check out all of Charlotte’s insanely detailed doodles on her webpage.
Posted in Art, Design, Fashion, Illustration, Ink, Installation, Interior Design
Tags: Art, arts, Charlotte Mann, Design, Fashion, Illustration, Ink, Installation, Interior Design, London Artist, Marker, Peter Jensen