I love it when illustrators keep regularly-updated Tumblrs. It means that I’ll probably follow their work much more closely, partially because I scroll through my Tumblr dash many, many times per day — whenever I have an idle moment, really.
Do you use Tumblr? If so, here are 20 illustrators for you to follow (link is in the caption)! In addition to posting their finished pieces, some of them also post products that they produce and in-progress shots. Happy Friday!
Tweet at me with other illustrators on Tumblr that you follow!
I was silent yesterday — my apologies. It’s because I was busy putting the finishing touches on eyra illustration gallery’s newest show, Don’t Call Me Honney. The exhibition centers around my home, Baltimore. All of the participating illustrators are living and making work in the city! I also wrote about Don’t Call Me Honney, thinking about it in terms of how we identify ourselves and how we become inspired.
The show is completely online, so view it here!
Illustrators featured within the show are Andrew Liang, Cornel Rubino, Christopher Adams, Janna Morton, Julianna Brion, and Jun Cen.
I don’t want to spoil the surprise of the show, but below are some works included in the exhibition. I’m happy with how it turned out, and I hope you like it, too!
Janna Morton (these are all brooches!)