We last caught up with you back in August 2013, and were enraptured by your melding of modern illustration with ancient folklore. What have you been up to since then? Is there anything that particularly stands out for you, in those intervening years? Yes, there is. Now we are applying our skills to animation. We … Continue reading An Interview with Illustrators Irina & Olga Ert, Masters of Visual Storytelling
This week I had the opportunity to interview Santa Fe artist and dancer Christina Dallorso, whose quirky illustration work offers up a dirty cocktail of oddballs and outcasts.
Sculptor Kate MacDowell works within the purity of white porcelain, transforming this pristine and beautiful medium – evoking smoothness and perfection.
I have a very slight ulterior motive in featuring the award-winning Luke Spooner: he produced the cover artwork and illustrations for all of online litjournal freeze frame fiction’s issues to date, and it was on having a piece accepted in their recent experimental volume that I discovered his work.
Marenne Laurine Hoeksema was introduced to the art of book binding while studying at Rotterdam’s Art Academy in her home country of the Netherlands.
Aganetha Dyck’s works concern the plight of bees. She questions what would happen not just to humans, but to all life in our ecosystem, should bees die out
Mattias Snygg. spends his time working in video games and films both producing illustrations and as providing artistic direction.