Aitch, an illustrator from Bucharest (suddenly I realize that I've recently only been talking about female artists)… describes her work as "ranges from pink, cute, elegant, to sometimes creepy, semi religious, bizarre characters, mixed in surrealistic sets" and I can't agree more. It's amazing how she moves from the "cute & pink" to the "surreal & semi-religious".
She normally works on paper, toys, urban objects, and many shops around Europe. She's one of my latest discoveries (and one of my favourites!).
I follow her on Facebook where the talks about her illustrated life.
AGOV's doodle style is fantastic in the truest sense of the word. His work is the the embodiment of 'classic' doodling but with an eastern european oddness that's all his own. The pieces appear to be unplanned, accidental, even mindless happenings but like any top level doodle they end up with their own special magic - It's something we all hope for in our doodling... the ones that just work... the ones you feel you got lucky with... the ones that just spark on the page. More than any other work I've seen recently, AGOV's free doodling style just makes me want to pick up a pen right away and start filling books ... I hope it does the same for you.More images »