Mi-Kyung Choi…

  Happy February! This is the work of Korean illustrator Mi-Kyung Choi, also known as, Ensee. I came across one of her illustrations while perusing Pinterest yesterday and I was awestruck. Lovely and delicate, her work reminds me of one of my favourite artists, Hsiao-Ron Cheng. Visit her website for more. Images found here. Advertisements

Henrietta Harris…

This is the work of New Zealand artist and illustrator Henrietta Harris. Many of Harris’ surreal portraits masterfully obscure or mask part of the faces in her work. Her soft colours and flowing lines give her work a very dream-like quality. Simply beautiful! Harris exhibits all over New Zealand, Australia, London and New York. Her […]

Maria Herreros…

  Oooo! I just came across this artist and I am smitten! This is the work of Barcelona based illustrator Maria Herreros, from her series titled Botanical Rage . On her website, the artist explains, “Nature is cruel. Apparently, women have an expiration date for some duties they have not signed for. Just some little […]

Luisa Rivera…

Wonderfully odd illustrations! This is the work of London-based Chilean artist Luisa Rivera. Rivera’s pieces are surreal and beautiful, seemingly inspired by the natural world. She has worked with many well known clients, such as, The New York Times, Variety Magazine, Oxford American, and more. Rivera has a brilliant short-comic project called Wildium, that is […]

Katy Smail…

Delightfully painted florals and splendid illustrations. This is the work of Brooklyn-based artist Katy Smail. Smail was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, she graduated from the Edinburgh College of Art, began her career in London, and then followed her dreams to New York City. Smail has many well known clients including Macy’s, Target, Saks Fifth Avenue, Land’s […]

Stasia Burrington…

Oh! I just found this artist on pinterest and had to share. This work is by Seattle-based artist and freelance illustrator Stasia Burrington. For her pieces, Burrington uses many mediums, such as, charcoal, ink, pencil, acrylic, and watercolour. She then cuts beautiful flowers out of fabric to adorn her figures. So lovely! Check out her website […]

Babeth Lafon (again)…

I posted about Parisian artist Babeth Lafon yesterday, but I just couldn’t help myself, I had to show this series of hers as well. This collection of illustrations is called The Quiet Stories of my Daily Life. On her website Lafon says… “This project is focusing on my daily life and various objects which surround […]

Babeth Lafon…

Oh wow! Love! This is the work of Berlin-based Parisian illustrator Babeth Lafon. Lafon creates beautiful, soft pictures on coloured paper, her client list includes Marie Claire, Glamour, Flair, Anthology Magazine, and L’Oréal. The series above is called The Time It Takes, on her website she explains… “When I was a child we were always […]

Olaf Hajek…

    I love the bold work of German artist and illustrator Olaf Hajek.  Hajek is a well known and successful illustrator with big name clients, such as, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Wallstreet Journal, Forbes, and many more. Hajek originally studied graphic design, but realized he didn’t want to be in front of a […]

Adara Sánchez Anguiano…

      Wonderfully angular figures!  Elbows, knees, and knuckles all bony and bent.  Spanish illustrator Adara Sánchez Anguiano draws a lanky, but lovely human form. The next few images are from the artist’s series, Take Off Your Clothes, of which Anguiano says: “The act of undressing is a rebellion, the uprising of the skin […]