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June 21, 2010

Streak and Stroke

I like Stuart White. Why? Because he likes working on projects with a hands-on approach. And for that, he deserves a gold star, a hand-drawn one. His marks are minimal and simply perfect as they are. See more »


June 18, 2010

The Witty Universe of Simone Lia

Back in uni days, I was lucky enough to have illustrator and comic artist Simone Lia as my tutor and just look at her work and you’ll see exactly what I mean by lucky.

Simone’s work is a constant source of inspiration for me, I love her way of seeing the world and how she visually translates her observations perfectly both in her illustrations and comics.

Her body of work is so consistently rich in narrative and packed with humour. I’m particularly fond of her heart warming graphic novel Fluffy, and her Jesus as she saw it when she was six years old is absolutely priceless…

Every week I look forward to her blog updates but I also thought it was about time to catch up properly and asked her a few questions especially for this post. Here it goes:


June 5, 2010

Member Spotlight: Muxxi

Muxxi is a recent member of DA that draws from Guatemala and declares she's lost in a crazy doodle world.

We absolutely agree. It's a weird and fantastic world of characters, expressions and beautiful, colorful scenes. See for yourself »


June 1, 2010

Cardboardcities

Hope you all had a nice Memorial Day weekend. I spent mine away from the computer for four straight days. This morning, I felt myself jonesing for beautiful imagery, for color, for something that makes me want to drop everything I'm doing at the moment and just draw. I found it.

Feast your eyes on the work of Laura Reburn. Her lines get messy. Her colors and patterns are brilliant. But most of all, her illustration takes care of that overwhelming crave for simple goodness, the kind that brings a little smirk to your face.

Found via designworklife.


May 17, 2010

Mix and Mash

Have you ever looked at someone's work and thought to yourself, "I want to DO THAT!" Randi Antonsen's work does that to me. Just look at it. All of it. She utilizes and mixes all kinds of medium (pen, pencil, ink, acrylic, watercolor, collage, etc.) and creates so much texture and depth. It's pure visual poetry. Take a look at her portfolio. There's so much good work that I don't even know what to do with myself.


May 7, 2010

Chisel Away

Diem Chau. Wow.

Here's a little something different. As self-proclaimed doodlers, we have all grown up coloring with crayons. Well, you can forget all about that. Diem Chau takes her crayons and carves the most intricate and delicate figures out of them. Patience and an astute attention to detail have got to be some of her fortes. Take a look at more of her work, right after you pick up your jaw off the table.


April 23, 2010

So Much Goodness

I just spent an entire morning with the work of Stéphane Prigent. Oh my, I am seriously loving it all, besides the oddity of it and the beautiful use of color, it's the originality in the work that I am most getting caught up in.

I've seen such obvious trends in the work of artists and illustrators lately that Stéphane's feels like an enormous breathe of fresh air. Here's just a small glimpse of some of my favorite, but you really need to just dive into the flickr link with over fifty pages of goodness.





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