Was attracted by the manner of presentation of these repeat patterns created by Barcelona-based illustrator, Judy Kaufmann. On an Etsy interview the artist describes her work as ‘repetitive, tumultuous, colorful and spontaneous’. You can see more of her work on her website and you can purchase some of her prints here on Etsy. For now I leave you with this instructive quote from Judy:
“I think the time you spend drawing is proportional to the quality of your artwork, and the time you spend traveling is proportional to the quantity of inspiration…”
Images: Courtesy of Judy Kaufmann.
Admiring the work of UK printmaker and illustrator, Clare Curtis. She produces limited edition prints using a variety of traditional print making methods. Of her work she writes: “The structure and pattern in plant forms is a recurring theme of my work. I enjoy drawing and studying from nature; a process that allows a complete understanding of the subject and its habit.”
Images: Courtesy of Clare Curtis.
Thinking about purchasing the two Beetle posters created by Note Design Studio. The Stockholm-based studio designed the posters for Danish company, Paper Collective, who offers a significant contribution of each poster purchased to the creator’s cause or charity. These particular designs support Greenpeace.
Also admiring their Teluria candelabra design shown on the bottom. The configuration represents the relative movement of the earth, moon and sun.
Images: Courtesy of Note Design Studio.