Absolutely in love with the hand-lettering of Linzie Hunter. Cute and imaginative. See her portfolio here.
Select works by Jenni Sparks. The second image above is titled Things that Hipsters Like. I kinda feel a certain away about this piece since I like at least five things on there. Check out more of her work here.
I’m a huge fan of Jon Contino’s work (see past post here). He’s made some updates to his site that I thought would be fantastic to share here. I’ve been wanting to do more sketching (especially with letterforms) to keep my mind going away from the computer, so his work is super inspiring to me. [...]
Sade and Black Thought illustrations by Brooklyn based illustrator Ron Ackins. Peruse through the archives of his blog to see other work as well as keep up with his daily musings.
I’ve been seriously busy for the past week moving into my new apartment. My internet service is spotty too, so forgive me for the limited posts. I’ll try to get a few things up as I bum off my friends’ wifi connections. I’m working on a really cool package design project at school. Designing a [...]
Kicking off my Friday music related posts early this week with these illustrations by Tabitha Bianca Brown. These will appeal to the true hip hop heads. The last piece features Queen Latifah, paying tribute to her iconic hat and bold earrings. Get these and more including a dope print of Janelle Monae at Tabitha’s Etsy [...]
Today wouldn’t be complete without a few words in memory of Amy Winehouse. Known for her raspy and soulful sounds, Amy Winehouse will be remembered as a pioneer paving the way for today’s top acts such as Lady Gaga and Adele. Hits such as “Tears Dry on Their Own” and “Love is a Losing Game” [...]
I’ve been really busy making some changes in my personal life and since I’ve recently started a new bike workout routine I thought these drawings were quite fitting. Christine Berrie created this collection among a series of drawings that visually document various objects that some people perceive as prosaic, but which actually give those who [...]
Humorous prints from Etsy shop I Love Doodle. The first one is titled Everyone Poops and the second is Peenut. I’m still an 8-year old deep down because stuff like this still makes me giggle.
Gorgeous illustrations from Russian artist Alexey Kurbatov. There’s a certain amount of emotion captured in his work. The image of Frida Kahlo is especially moving. See his portfolio on the Behance network here.