Admiring the watercolor illustrations of Japanese artist, Akane Mirkhani. She attempts successfully to represent comfort with these simple and subtle watercolor vignettes. You can see more of her artwork on her website, and purchase her postcards here on the Japanese handmade marketplace, Iichi.
Images: Courtesy of Akane Mirkhani.
Never tire looking at the graphics of Israeli-born artist, illustrator and designer, Noma Bar. His style is a condensed approach employing a few shapes and lines and using a minimum amount of color. Noma states his style best he’s, “after the maximum communication with minimum elements”. You can follow him here on Facebook and see more of his work here on Dutch Uncle.
Images: Courtesy of Noma Bar.
(Studio) Imeus was set up in 2006 by UK graphic designer, illustrator and poster artist, Anthony Peters. On the studio info he writes: “The idea initially was to indulge the creative work that couldn’t be done at the day job, however it soon became impossible to juggle the two and in 2011 Studio Imeus became a full time hobby…” Follow his work on the studio website or here at Tumblr.
Images: Courtesy of (Studio) Imeus.