Archive for the ‘pattern’ Category
Post by Penelope
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
Post by Clio.
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.
Post by Kristen Nelson
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.
I love Gina Triplett’s pattern work. Such detail and fun ideas! View more on her website.
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.
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.
Yoko Furusho is a Japanese artist/illustrator based in New York. She was born in Tokyo and moved to New York to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts. After her graduation in 2008, she started her career as a professional illustrator/artist. She likes to draw details, textures and patterns with ink and acrylics, and often uses fashion as her inspiration. Her work has also been shown at several other shows around the world.
Sue jean ko’s style is quite cute, child-like, naive and colorful. She loves doodling and drawing girls and animals in particular. While exploring many different kinds of medium such as collage, etching, and silkscreen at school, she realized that she really loves to print things using colorful ink.
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Patterns show up often in my illustrations — on drawn tablecloths, figure’s clothing, wallpapers, backgrounds. I am always interested in seeing more patterns to inspire me to break out of my go-tos. I thought these were particularly lovely.
Do you use pattern in your work?
With a background in fine art, Melody Miller has done everything from study industrial design to work as a makeup artist and, later, as graphic designer and marketing maven. Melody’s first line of fabric, Ruby Star Rising for Kokka, was released in the fall of 2010 to rave reviews; Melody has since released two more lines of fabric with Kokka. Melody lives in Atlanta with her amazing photographer hubby and two charmingly quirky children.
She also has a book of wrapping papers available on Roost Books.