Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Romantic Animal: Homeware and Textile Collection















If you like animals in wreath crowns then you are going to love the Romantic Animal collection by Ginger. The collection features owl, bear and raccoon in pencil sketch style against bright blue, pink, yellow and green background. The images of creatures perched on branch and surrounded with blossoms can be found on lot of things from cups, plates, tray, tote bags, pillows and pouches.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Cute Birthday Cards By Ekaterina Trukhan














Illustrator Ekaterina Trukhan was born in Russia and later moved to London where she studied illustration at Camberwell College of Arts. Her birthday card series is super adorable, featuring sweet character illustartions in soft hues with elegant gold foil details.

I picked only a few cards to share here but you can see the entire collection at Lagom.

Monday, February 19, 2018

These Creatures Will Make You Smile








 





Lidiya Marinchuk is the owner and doll designer behind Marli. Ukraine based artist creates adorable creatures that are handmade of cotton and hand-painted with loads of details. Each one has a great personality and story to go with it. Her impeccable attention to detail and craftsmanship has gained her raving reviews on Etsy. One-of-kind dolls are sold before they even make to the store, so if you like something to be made then contact her and follow her on Facebook.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Animal Silhouettes Superimposed on Natural Scenery













Russian artist and art lover Nikolai Tolstyh creates paper silhouettes of animals and to fill them up uses a visually rich backdrop that consists of leaves, branches and flowers. The combination of stark white animals shapes and bright landscapes work perfectly. Each piece looks like an artwork where the primary subject animals are framed by the scenery. You can see more of his work on Instagram.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Layered Papercut Artwork by Kevin Jay Stanton















Kevin Jay Stanton is a freelance illustrator and a papercut artist based out of Brooklyn. He recently graduated from the Pratt Institute in New York and has already created an impressive portfolio. He creates stunning illustrations with assortments of hand-cut pieces of paper and layering every tiny piece strategically to bring his imaginative images to life.

He has created artwork for many book covers, seed packets, business cards and portraits. His clients include The New York Times, Facebook, Barnes and Noble, Activision, Twitter, Hazlitt, Penguin Random House, 20th Century Fox and Pitt Press to name a few.