The bold graphics and striking colors of these illustrations caught our eyes immediately. They are the work of London-based Swedish illustrator and designer, Sara Andreasson.
She grew up in a small town from which, as she puts it: “I escaped from as soon as I possibly could“. She tells us a lot about herself and her work on an interview with IDOART.DK.
You can view more of her work on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Sara Andreasson.
Japanese artist Fuyuki Shimazu travels globally to pick up cardboards and turn them into wallets, coin purses and whatever items spark his imagination. The upcycled and fully functional items are sold under the brand name, Carton, and has garnered international audiences.
You can find out more about his designs and process on his website, Facebook and Instagram. His portfolio can be found here.
Images: Courtesy of Fuyuki Shimazu.
Maricor/Maricar is an Australian studio specializing in hand embroidered illustration and lettering for publishing and advertising. This particular embroidered project, “Makers, Dreamers”, was part of a group show in London.
You can view more of their embroidery designs on their website and Behance. Prints, embroidery and embroidery patterns are available in their Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Maricor/Maricar.