Beth Algieri and Jonny Plummer are Yum Yum, a creative duo with an inspiring set of fresh character designs that will certainly bring a smile on your face!
Illustration, animation and toy design are the main fields they are interested in.
Check out their site for more magic!
Vibrant and colorful works by Konstantin Shalev, a talented Russian illustrator who creates fantastic worlds composed by objects along with various wicked character designs!
Numerous of his artwork has won various tee competitions in La Fraise and more!
Check out his site because you have so much more to see!
Check out his site for more inspiration!
Loud colors, patterns, symmetry and surreal looking characters are his thing. Take a dive into his colorful chaotic and super creative world!
The work of Kira Shaimanova is simply stunning. Focusing in sculpture illustration, this talented artist creates her doll characters from clay along with hand-made sets and finally stylizes and photographs her creations.
Shaimanova is inspired by the fantastical and a “black” sense of humor is obviously incorporated in her artwork.
I’d definitely love to see some of those in vinyl!
Having a sweet tooth myself, I just couldn’t resist drooling over her delicious illustrations. Can you?
Charming & emotive characters appear in Nan Lawson’s fresh color world! Simple lines, warm colors and a very interesting and appealing quirky drawing style are the main attributes of this beautiful illustration collection.
A very affordable set of prints is available in the artist’s etsy shop! I’m definitely getting one soon!
Prints are available in meowza’s etsy shop and a wider collection of artwork is uploaded here: http://www.meowza.org/art.html
As the artist notes: “I strongly believe in what you're happiest doing at five is what you will be happiest doing your entire life. Growing up, I endlessly drew and embroidered onto washcloths that my grandma gave me little creatures and animals that I desperately wanted to live in the woods of my backyard. In my mind these creatures had tiny, magnificent, ornate lairs in the trunks of old trees (which I also drew, along with maps of how to get there). And although these creatures were elusive and shy, they always decided to befriend me. Over the years, my creatures have become decidedly more design-driven, put a part of me is still just drawing little friends to have”.
"Color is fun, color is just plain gorgeous, a gourmet meal for the eye, the window of the soul." - Rachel Wolf
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2010 Art Roundup