Malin Gyllensvaan is an illustrator and textile designer based in Stockholm. She started drawing at an early age and now her designs can be found on textiles for the home and fashion as well as paper goods. Inspired by vintage botanical studies, her illustrations are a homage to the natural world, rendered in pencil and gouache. Her clients include Ikea, Åhléns, H&M and Anthropologie just to name a few. We love her work particularly those with a simpler color palettes.
The artist can be followed on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Malin Gyllensvaan.
Scott Partridge (aka Jevaart) is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He works in both traditional and digital media often combining techniques. His imagery is largely drawn from the natural world with simple geometric shapes evoking living forms of plants and animals.
You can view more of his work on his website, Behance and Instagram. Some of his prints can be purchased here on Society6.
Images: Courtesy of Scott Partridge.
We love the bright, striking colors of these illustrations by Lucas Wakamatsu. The Brazilian illustrator and graphic designer is based in Bauru, a small town five hours from Sao Paulo. It is there that he studied graphic design at UNESP college and where he works as a full-time freelancer. On Our Culture Magazine he says this about his style:
“My style is a modern mix of simple shapes and eye-catching colors, creating pleasant characters and compositions, through these elements I communicate feelings and concepts. My goal is to produce vibrant and rich imagery to brands, people and products.”
You can follow the artist on his website, Behance, Dribble and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Lucas Wakamatsu.