The Amazing Animals of Illustrator Rade Tepavčević

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

An Interview with Russian Illustrator Varya Kolesnikova / Варя Колесникова

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

The Surreal Studies of Illustrator Samuel Robertson

You know, I’m finding it really hard to decide why Samuel Robertson’s art interests me. It’s not my thing, it’s not my style, and yet for some reason I couldn’t bring myself to pass it by. When I browse his work I’m torn between hating and liking his illustrations without understanding what it is that … Continue reading The Surreal Studies of Illustrator Samuel Robertson

An Interview with Illustrators Irina & Olga Ert, Masters of Visual Storytelling

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