Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Vibrant Nature Inspired Artwork by Corey Schumann













Corey Schumann is a freelance artist and an animal lover which is pretty clear from his work. His artwork focuses mainly on animals and the nature around them. When he was only a child he would doodle endlessly on scarps of paper and index cards. Later in life, he studied art and illustration at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He creates illustrations, logo and patterns using simple lines and geometric shapes.

His client list includes Grid Magazine, The Raptor Trust, Design House Greetings, Rittenhouse Needlepoint, Flate Face Fingerboards, and Ogilvy and Mather. He is currently represented by Spinning Yarn. You can find prints of his artwork in several sizes in his online store.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Fiber Art Jewelry by Natalia Lubieniecka












A while ago, I featured Natalia Lubieniecka's amazing soft sculptures on the blog. Natalia is an artist, sculptor and a jewelry maker who combines all the skills to create wearable pieces of art. She has been working on a ongoing series of pendants and brooches that are handcrafted from vintage fabric. Some of her pieces use nontraditional materials like glass crystal for mushroom, alarm clock to nest a spider, and natural stones to decorate feathers. Her one-of-a-kind birds and animals seem to belong to some old cabinet of curiosities.

Her daily routine involves her hand-sewing stuff, she likes to learn through the everyday process and get better at it. "I have always with me a fairy-tale work-bag. There are pre-prepared parts for my jewelry." For updates on her new work you can join her on Facebook and for work that's available for purchase you can go to her online store - My Soul Design.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Illustrator Beth Emily












Beth Emily is a designer and an illustrator based in Hobart, Tasmania. She completed her education from the Tasmanian School of Fine Arts where she studied printmaking and graphic design. She developed her own unique style over the years through continued experimentation and exploration. She loves to observe nature and through her art gives interpretation to different forms found in nature. Her work is primarily influenced by traditional Naturalist art and botanical illustrations. She creates fluid, delicate illustrations using pencil and watercolors.

She works on variety of projects with main focus on print, packaging and branding for start-ups, established businesses and self-initiated projects. She has worked in collaboration with Singapore Airlines, Vogue Japan, Lodestars Anthology, Hecker Guthrie, Clemenger BBDO, Frankie Magazine, Vans, Tasmanian Government, Brandworks and Australian Traveller. She has been one of the finalists at Finders Keepers Art Competition. The Barn Owl coffee cup was one of her commercial projects she designed for Biopak Coffee. What a great way of starting a day! 

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Psychedelic Tattoo Artwork by Katie Shocrylas












Katie Shocrylas is a Vancouver based tattoo artist with an experience of over 5 years now who specializes in psychedelic tattoos. She uses almost every color in the rainbow in her tattoos that are often times outlined with combination of lines and dots. Her work features geometric shapes, flowers, leaves and jewels. The artist uses both normal tattoo ink and ultraviolet tattoo ink that gives a unique and distinct quality to her work. 

"Fascinated by the aesthetic and the psychological: my passion is healing and expression through art" artist shared here.

If you want to get a little tattoo by her then you better get in line right now because it can take up to 6 weeks before you get a response, the artist goes through all the messages by herself. She has over 98k followers on Instagram where she is also known as Kshocs. With so many niche audience her books get closed pretty fast, keep an eye on her Instagram for future updates.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Hand-Colored Tissue Paper Cut and Assembled Into Illustrations























Freelance illustrator and surface pattern artist Tracey English lives South West London with her husband, two sons, a cat and a dog. She loves to create collages with hand-colored tissue paper. She likes to make her own paper by painting on tissue paper to achieve the colors and textures that she wants. She would hand cut shapes and carefully assembles one tiny piece at a time to create a delightful collage illustration.

Her designs can be found on greeting cards, paper goods, and children’s books. Tracey has licensed and created commissioned work for Quarto, Bloomsbury, Deva Designs, Design House Greeting, and Pigment Productions. For cards and tea towels you can visit her online store.