Playing with brushes, simple color palettes, and nature’s fuzziest, artist Rade Tepavčević has created a wonderland of memorable forest animals. While not part of any particular series, his work below highlights how imagination can take simple parts and turn them into a stunning whole. The artist from Vrbas, Serbia presents work that taps into illustrations … Continue reading The Amazing Animals of Illustrator Rade Tepavčević
November brings us one step closer towards that time of year where we go rushing to find the perfect gifts for our perfect friends and loved ones. The team over here at CreativeFluff enjoys spending the days leading up to the holiday season by interacting with beautiful, well-crafted, and unique products that are hard to … Continue reading Astro x Tattoo Temple: A Bluetooth Speaker for Artists by Artists
Joining our collection of artists with fantastic names is the Romanian artist Livia Fălcaru. The illustrator, while young, has found her niche’ within the artworld by focusing her talents on creating pieces of art around the idea of finding beauty where no one else can. She currently studies graphic design which becomes evident as you … Continue reading The Romantic, Surreal Illustrations of Livia Falcaru
Wrapped in beauty, talent, and creativity, Sarah Hartman is the quintessential, contemporary ideal for what a multidisciplinary artist should be.
Today, we were fortunate enough to catch up with a CF favourite, Russian artist Varya Kolesnikova. She was kind enough to grant us an interview about her fantastic children’s illustrations and paintings. Take a look below to learn more about her history, artwork, and process. You’ll even learn a thing or two about the artists … Continue reading An Interview with Russian Illustrator Varya Kolesnikova / Варя Колесникова
Vladimir Stankovic is a traditional illustrator and the majority of his projects take inspiration from an already established theme.
Myrick’s work may be simple in its design, but I think he’s hitting all the right prompts here. It’s bright, it’s colourful and it relies on neat style rather than flashy techniques.