Milo (Milena) Hachim brings her illustration skills to life by transforming her drawings into objects. She is inspired by everyday life and the love for objects which she illustrates and transforms into clay. Illustration has always served as a form of expression and as she says on and interview (in Spanish) with Domestika:
“The illustration has made me lose a little shyness because I am very quiet. It makes it easier for me to speak by drawing.”
You can view more of her work on her website and on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Milo (Milena) Hachim.
Japanese-Australian artist Ema Shin studied traditional and contemporary printmaking in Japan and has held solo and group exhibitions internationally. The Melbourne-based artist’s work not only utilizes printmaking but may also include other techniques and mediums such as paper-maché, embroidery, weaving and collage with each design often depicting femininity, sexuality and domesticity.
The artist can be followed on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Ema Shin.
Katsuyuki Nishijima was born in Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1945. Since childhood he has loved Ukiyoe (woodblock prints) and after experimenting with various forms of printing processes he focused on the “creative print” style of woodblock printmaking. His work is extremely popular depicting subjects of old traditional Japanese rural houses and landscape in and around Kyoto. He is a contemporary modern artist using the same traditional printing technique not machine made. Many examples of his artwork can be seen here at Artelino.
Images: Courtesy of Katsuyuki Nishijima.