“Talent finds a way” is the artistic slant on the famous quote from Jeff Goldblum’s character in the classic movie Jurassic Park. A common thread among artists that CreativeFluff interviews is that regardless if a child has formal creative training, or is forced to cobble together scraps of this and that to build something from … Continue reading An Interview with Picture Perfect Painter, Lauren Elyse
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
Kun-I Chang, aka Sky Rabbit is an art director based in New York, known for his quirky, fun style and generally weird stuff. The kookier, the better.
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.
Rabarama, known to close friends and loved ones as Paola Epifani, is a contemporary Italian artist with an impressive body of work – pun very much intended.
CF is happy to introduce you to twin sisters Anna and Elena Balbusso: a talented, contemporary pair of illustrators who flit between New York City and Milan while creating their work. The duo has been recognized continuously by the Society of Illustrators bringing home more gold medals than a number of Olympian athletes.
Come get to know three fabulous artists: Liiga Smilshkalne, Jonathan Vair Duncan & Julia Dunin whose work ranges from digital painting to photography