Appreciating the graphic illustrations of French illustrator, Malika Favre, who studied graphic design in Paris before moving to London to pursue illustration. Love her great design sense and her minimal use of colors. She describes her approach to illustration as follows:
“My approach to illustration is about paring things down as much as possible. I try and get to the essence of my subject by using as few lines and colours as it needs to convey the core of the idea.”
Images: Courtesy of Malika Favre.
These elegant miniature terrarium jewelry are the creations of Irish designer/maker, Khrystyna and sold under the brand name, Ruby Robin Boutique. She describes her creations as follows:
“I create wearable keepsakes, microcosms of memories that can be kept close to our hearts and worn where ever life takes us. I hope that in wearing my jewellery you can share in that sense of wonder, find a moment of comfort in an ever accelerating world and express a facet of your self with a keepsake that fits, truly and perfectly with you. In the words of Ralph Emerson, ‘nature always wears the colours of the spirit.’”.
Images: Courtesy of Ruby Robin Boutique.
Eley Kishimoto is a British fashion and design company who creates by their maxim, “Print the World”. Founded in 1992 by Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto the company is primarily known for their print designs in womenswear fashion. They have also worked with partners to create these amazing wallpaper patterns. Visit their website to see how their prints are applied to a variety of consumer products.
Images: Courtesy of Eley Kishimoto.