Friday, June 22, 2018

Papercut 3D Illustrations by Jared Andrew Schorr

Happy Friday all! I would like to end the week with the fun work by an illustrator and a paper artist Jared Andrew Schorr from Southern California. He earned his degree in Bachelor in Fine Arts in illustration from the Art Center College of Design in 2009.

He creates whimsical illustrations with paper that he hands cuts, each element with intricate detail from solid colors and layers them meticulously creating beautiful shadow giving his work a three dimensional effect.

Some of his clients are Disney, Papyrus, WIRED Magazine, Fast Company Magazine, The New Yorker, GOOD, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for Young Readers, Poketo, The New York Times, The and Washington Post. His work has been featured in many publications and in galleries all around the world. You can view more of his work here and on his website.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Folk Art Inspired Colorful Tattoos by Winston The Whale


Dave aka Winston The Whale is a Portland based tattoo artist who creates these stunning designs inspired by Scandinavian, European folk art and the 70s style. His playful tattoos would remind you of fabric from a vintage store, art print at your grandmother's house and enamel tableware that you love for its vivid color palette and patterns. His work has gained him a huge fan base on Instagram, he has over 200,000 followers who travel from all around the US to get a masterpiece from him.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Amazing Drawings by Amy Wheeler

I am enamored by the unique style of Amy Wheeler who uses ink and pen to create these amazing artwork. She creates adorable animal portraits in simple black and white, and brings them to life by adding colors to her work. The best part of her drawings is the eyes of the animals that make them look almost real. To see more of her work go here and on Instagram.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Photography by Kari Herer


I have featured Kari Herer's lovely artwork before on the blog here. Maine based artist has been busy creating new work which I think is simply beautiful. Her photographs is a perfect mix of hand-drawn illustrations and flowers that are sometimes ostrich feathers, blossoms on a tree perched by an owl, body of an insect and a fluffy tail of a rabbit. You can view more of her work on Botanical Gluttony, her Instagram and find photographs that are available for purchase in her online store.