On Thursday at Uni we had a visit from Becky Baier, to show us all how to marble and screen print, even though I have done these before, it was nice to re-jog my memory. Becky is a freelance illustrator and mural artist living and working in London. In her work she uses found imagery, … More // marbling and screen printing //
On Thursday 5th November at Uni we had a guest speaker arrive for a taught workshop. This was artist Amelie Hegardt, she is works across mediums to collaborate with clients and to create her own imagery, she uses different mediums such as pastel, crayon, animation, ink, and paint, she has an intuitive feel for the … More // Amelie Hegardt workshop //
Last week on Thursday, I had another drawing session at Uni, this week we were creating sketchbook pages, so that at the end of it all, we can form a sketchbook from our individual pages. I created four pages, using collage, from fashion books out of the library, different materials, and my own previous drawings. … More // sketchbook styles //
So, in last weeks post, I spoke about magazine cover illustrations that I had created in Adobe Photoshop, and with these I have moved forward and created gifs, so here below are my magazine cover gifs, enjoy.
Ana Strumpf is an Illustrator, interior and product designer, creative consultant and director, she is but one single thing; a creator. She has partnerships with brands such as, Bertolucci, Tok&Stok, Micasa and Walt Disney Co. Her drawings are illustrated in Vogue, in which she collaborates her monthly column Olho Mágico, and online show A Moda da Casa with Style.com and … More // illustrating covers //
This week I’ve been hitting up Instagram to view some exciting pieces of work from a range of artists. Some older and more well known, somer newer and that you need to know about. So that’s why I’m here, to show you my top five Instagram ‘faves’. So let’s begin… 5. Bil Donovan At number … More // five new Instagram favourites //