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Artist :: Kirra Jamison

Post by Clio.

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Kirra Jamison is an Australian artist born in 1982 in Sydney. Kirra grew up in Byron Bay and is currently Melbourne based. Her work is colourful, collage-like and full of beautiful and delicate pattern. Don’t you love those owls?

Check out more of Kirra’s work on her website.

Posted by Thomas James on 04/19/13 under artists,Clío,collage,creativity,pattern
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Kate Moross is THE coolest.

Post by Clio.

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I had the utmost pleasure of hearing British illustrator and designer Kate Moross speak last weekend at the Offset Design Conference in Dublin.

At just 27 years old Moross blew the crowd away with her witty banter, unbelievable charm and incredible work. Never taking herself or her work too seriously Moross gave the crowd advice on fear (ignore it), the creative ‘wall’ (it doesn’t exist) and following one’s desires (always, always).

Kate Moross is unbelievably cool and mature and you’ll want to hop on twitter right away and follow her. Be sure to check out her website too for more beautifully illustrated type work and video work and design work and branding and clothing and shoes and and and…is there anything this girl can’t do?

Posted by Thomas James on 04/12/13 under cartoon,Clío,creativity,design,digital,Lettering,pattern
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Artist: Sarah Watts

Posted by Jeanine Henderson

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I’ve followed Sarah Watts’ lovely work for awhile, and she just keeps doing more amazing things all the time! Her work is a beautiful combination of line, color, and pattern. She started her career creating patterns and images for Carter’s baby clothing, then at International Greetings cranking out hundreds of images and patterns for stationery, gift bags and other giftables. She then left the corporate world, using all her experience to embark on her successful career as an independent illustrator. Her images and patterns grace book covers, textiles, stationery and paper goods, and much more.

Check out more of Sarah’s work here: Portfolio | Blog

Posted by Jeanine Henderson on 04/05/13 under artists,Jeanine,pattern,textiles
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Artist :: Heather Ross

 Post by Naomi

Artist :: Heather Ross << Illustration Friday

Artist :: Heather Ross << Illustration Friday

Artist :: Heather Ross << Illustration Friday

Artist :: Heather Ross << Illustration Friday

Heather Ross is a talented illustrator and textile designer. Her quirky linework, ingenious use of negative space, and clever perspective create images that are at once charming, traditional, and fresh and dynamic. And those colors! Swoon.

Check out more of Heather Ross’s work on her website, blog, and on her online store.

Posted by Naomi Bardoff on 03/25/13 under artists,freelance,Naomi,pattern
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Fine-Line Pen on Paper :: Chrysa Koukoura

Post by Penelope

Fine-Line Pen on Paper :: Chrysa Koukoura << Illustration Friday

Fine-Line Pen on Paper :: Chrysa Koukoura << Illustration Friday

Fine-Line Pen on Paper :: Chrysa Koukoura << Illustration Friday

Over the past few weeks Chrysa Koukoura has been developing fine-line pen mountain-scapes which are beautifully done.

With a slight hesitancy in working with color, Koukoura uses fine pen on paper with meticulous detail, aiming to draw the viewer in for a closer look. She loves the simplicity and the restrictiveness of working in black and white, as it requires her to bring something extra out of an image that wouldn’t usually be there had a color been involved.

Find out more about this series here :: Tumblr Site

Posted by Thomas James on 03/19/13 under artists,pattern,pen/brush and ink
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Artist :: Lan Truong

Post by Clio.

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Lan Truong is a Brooklyn based illustrator and graphic designer with a clear passion for bright colour and strong lines. Her sweet illustrations are simple and expressive. They can’t help but perk you up and make you smile.

Check out Truong’s blog & portfolio website for more of her quirky style.

Posted by Thomas James on 03/15/13 under artists,Clío,creativity,design,digital,pattern
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Artist :: Tabitha Bianca Brown

Post by Kristen Nelson

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Tabitha Bianca Brown’s minimalistic designs are simply fascinating. Featured on numerous sites including Urban Outfitters Blog, ModCloth Blog, and the Huffington Post, her illustrations include gems, silhouettes, terrariums, animals, and patterns. Tabitha earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois.

Her fantastical array of nature-related geometric patterns can be found at her art studio, The Pairabirds, can be found at thepairabirds.com.

 

Posted by Thomas James on 03/06/13 under artists,design,Kristen,pattern
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Pattern Work :: Gina Triplett

Pattern Work :: Gina Triplett << Illustration Friday

I love Gina Triplett’s pattern work. Such detail and fun ideas! View more on her website.

Posted by Thomas James on 01/17/13 under pattern
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Artist :: Katrin Wiehle

Katrin Wiehle is a Germany based illustrator, who likes tea, pencils and foxes. A Fulbright scholarship brought her to the US where she studied illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta.

See more work: Patterns | Illustration | Blog

Posted by Thomas James on 12/10/12 under artists,pattern
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Artist :: Lourdes Sanchez

I love to see artist’s experimentations. The pieces in a series where you can see they pushed themselves to really get to the edges of the subject — trying everything they could think of. And I feel that Lourdes Sanchez does just that with her patterns. She takes it to the limits. I just chose her dots to focus on here, but there’s a lot more where these came from! Very fun!

Check out more on her website.

Posted by Thomas James on 12/05/12 under abstract,artists,pattern
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