Admiring this botanical calendar created by Japanese painter, Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi, a graduate of Kanazawa College of Art and Commerce Design. He created this calendar with the thought that “the beginning of an unforgettable day should be somewhat gentle”. There are 365 images none of which are the same.
You can view more of his work on his website, Tumblr, Facebook and Behance. Some of his original paintings are available in his Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Tesuhiro Wakabayashi.
We know very little about graphic designer and freelance illustrator, Rajesh Sawant. We do know that he is based in Mumbai and we love his illustrations. Wish we could post more of his work but alas posting space is limited.
More of his work can be seen on Behance, Art Station and Facebook.
Images: Courtesy of Rajesh Sawant.
Our interest in gardening has introduced us to the botanical watercolors of illustrator and Fine artist, Aaron Apsley. The artist graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Georgia and currently lives and works in New York City. It is only fitting that the artist should describe his work:
“I’ve been painting and drawing my entire life, usually just observing and depicting things around me that I find interesting or beautiful. When I moved to New York, I was limited by the amount of workspace in my apartment so I decided to focus on working mostly in watercolors. I am working on an ongoing series of watercolor street scenes of New York, because I am so amazed by the great variety and scale of the architecture in the city. Inspired by a lifelong interest in botany, I have recently been concentrating on the field of botanical illustration. I began by painting my own houseplants from life and now I am always scouring the city for interesting tropical and desert plants to use as reference.”
More of his work can be seen on his website, Behance, Instagram, Facebook and Tumblr. Original work and prints can be purchased on his website and on Etsy,
Images: Courtesy of Aaron Apsley.