19 posts tagged Illustration
Little Low Studio is the brain child of Catlin McClain, her playful products are all designed and made in house. Little Low Studio is based in Austin, Texas.
The bright colours and illustrations caught my eye on Etsy and I have been checking back ever since!
'I draw inspiration for this work from simple and clean color palettes, graphic prints, nature, music, vintage children's books illustrations, lighthearted humor, and folk americana.'
Photography taken from the Little Low Studio Etsy.
Joanna Rutter is an incredible jeweller living and working in England. She is inspired by the link between the natural environment, illustrative form and jewellery.
'Modern simple illustrative jewellery hand crafted in Sterling Silver and Gold using traditional Metalsmithing techniques. Small stud earrings, statement hoop earrings, custom name necklaces, animal pendants & minimal rings.'
Her work is very beautiful, I discovered her on Etsy a few years ago and have been following her closely ever since. I love the simplicity of her work, and the mixture of coloured metals and wood.
For those of you that follow my Instagram I often wear my Joanna Rutter walnut fox brooch on outings.
See more of Joanna’s work on her Etsy and Bigcartel
Photography taken from Joanna Rutter’s Etsy store.
I came across Caitlin Hinshelwood’s beautiful work the other day.
You can visit her Etsy shop here which is full of her wonderful printed
cushions, bags, purses and scarves.
Caitlin is a printed textiles designer, illustrator and artist based in London.
'All textiles are hand dyed and screen printed in London and any slight
imperfections are part of the process.’
Please take a look at her website for further examples of work
Or follow on Facebook
I bought this beautiful little brooch of hers at the Selvedge Winter Fair last week.
Stephanie Cole is a freelance designer maker and illustrator.
Hooray! This book is finally out on the shelves and I was able to pick up a copy
at a local Waterstones. It is excellent, and the illustrations are just beautiful.
Jon Klassen is definitely one of my favourite illustrators.