I recently discovered Saimon Chow's work and now I'm infatuated with it. All day long, with the visual bombardment the internet provides, it's hard to come across something that truly captures your attention and is unique enough to deserve it.
Saimon is an accomplished artist and designer out of New York with a full portfolio of illustration styles, but it's his one-color drawings that won me over. They're a collision of opposite cultures, made with bold strokes and drowning in symbolism. I especially enjoy how he connects elements in the drawings with thin lines, leading us through a visual narrative.
You know those kind of days where nothing much seems to happen? Get up, do some stuff, fall asleep. How do you muster up a diary entry on days like those?
I like how Giada Ganassin can make those kind of "nothing" days seem special. She keeps a calendar journal and doodles a little detail about every day of the month. Things like a nice nap on the couch, or buying an avocado for every day of the week - the small stuff that makes life feel good!
Vernelle Noel takes ordinary recipes from all around the web and turns both the process and the ingredients into fun doodles. He aptly calls them "visual recipes."
Below, we present to you, our hand-picked six course meal. Bon appetit.