If you scroll through illustrator Maggie Chiang’s Tumblr, you’ll find that there are a lot of shots of the outdoors. I can’t help but think that these visuals are what seep into her own artwork, as evidence of what’s featured here. Each illustration includes some element of the great big world (and even universe). Often, there’s some sort […]
On Herikita’s Facebook page, she writes, “I do things with my hands that I imagine in my head, so people can see it too.” This sentiment describes her soft, illustrative work perfectly. Her images and imagery are undoubtedly strange, but in a way that’s relatable. Many of the interior scenes are like an dialogue verbalized, and […]
Isn’t this tiger charming? Illustrator Kathleen Marcotte created it as part of a group exhibition called Kyootopia with Bree Lundberg and Patu Phan. “We wanted the freedom to interpret ‘cute’ within our own styles,” she tells me, “so we created the mythical land of Kyootopia, where all things are cute!” The three illustrators divided Kyootopia into nine unique islands and […]
Lila Poppins is an illustrator and paper designer who uses her talents to create fantastic beasts, lovely blooms, outdoor scenes, and much more. In addition to sculpting with paper, she also directs stop motion films. Lila’s Tumblr features a few of these animated snippets, one of which is a combination of paper and 2D illustration. The film is an illustrated French […]
It’s another installment of Illustrators with Ink, which is quickly becoming one of my favorite features I’ve ever had on Brown Paper Bag. Today, let’s take a look at illustrator Lisa Congdon’s tattoos! Lisa Congdon is a creative lady who probably needs no introduction. Her colorful work is featured in magazines, on wallpaper, textiles, and in […]
I’ve been a fan of Sarah Burwash (previously) for years now, ever since I saw her ceramics appear on Buy Some Damn Art (I am the proud owner of one her limited-edition hands). She’s released a new series of drawings titled The Summit, which are sprawling works where each composition has a lot going on. We see […]
I’ve long been a fan of the colorful, sweet illustrations by Astrid Yskout. Her vintage-inspired style are full of dreamy, hazy scenes and chock-full of fun details that require more than a seconds-glance. All of these images via her Flickr. Check out her website!