Posted by Jeanine
I love Julia Bereciartu’s lovely watercolor girls, each with distinct personality and charm. Julia is from Spain, where she lives and works as a freelance illustrator. She’s worked for a wide range of clients all over the world, including American Girl, Nickelodeon, Simon & Schuster, Today’s Parent Magazine, Moo.com, Lürzer’s Archive, and many more.
Animator Lindsey Olivares is illustrating her life with animated gifs, loving character designs, and some pretty fantastic caricatures. I met her recently at the CTN Animation Expo where she was drawing portrait. I especially like how she handled my hairline below. See more of her work HERE.
I don’t know how long this offer lasts, but Ellen Lupton (a curator of contemporary design at Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City and the director of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute College of Art) is teaching a FREE typography class on Skillshare. Even if you can’t start the self-paced online class today, enrolling now gives you lifetime access. So, it’s a pretty great deal. Follow THIS LINK to check it out.
Post by Natalie
UK illustrator Tracey English started out as a textile designer and silk painter and then progressed into illustration work. She has illustrated greeting cards, educational books and children’s books. Her style has developed by combining hand drawn elements with collage, texture and digital work. Recently, she has been creating colorful collage images with tissue paper.
See more work of Tracey’s work on her website.
Daniel Danger makes incredible illustrations that remind me of a crisp October night, just after Halloween. His site identifies him as “ The son of a middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency.” And he’s from Boston! My city!
Post by James
Brooke Albrecht is a freelance illustrator and designer based in Columbus, Ohio who clearly loves observing life with a quirky eye and a smile.
See more of Brooke’s work on her blog.
I got a kick out of these monsters painted by Nate Wragg. He’s a dynamic illustrator that is featured in Gallery Nucleus and hangs out on the internet as a professor at CGMA. Check out his work: Nucleus | Blogspot
Chip Kidd (yeah, THAT CHIP KIDD!) is using SkillShare to offer an online book design class. All of Skillshare’s classes are extremely affordable, but this $19 one looks especially worthwhile, and – if you follow THIS LINK – you can get $10 off your first class (not to mention, full disclosure, the credits that you can receive for referring YOUR friends). Check it out. I think you’ll be as excited as I am.
P.s., I am not a robot.
Post by Natalie
Laura Wood is an Italian illustrator currently living in Melbourne, Australia.
Last year she completed a Diploma of Illustration and she now happily works as a full-time freelancer. Combining both digital and traditional dry media, she creates colorful, childlike pictures with a sunny style and a folksy feeling.
See more of Laura’s work on her website.
This website is a compilation of work by Irish graphic designers, with a twist. They’ve made posters depicting inane criticisms received about their work. Definitely hilarious, unfortunately true. See more of them here