I thought I would share with you some of my favourite illustrators and some of their work I've been loving this month//
I first came across Claire's work via Instagram, she takes beautiful photographs of the outside world and has a real eye for composition. Her work reflects this interest in nature and this is one of her designs which has been translated onto mugs and bags. The leaf drawing is one of my favourites of hers because of how mark making has been used. Her work has a distinct use of line which lends itself well to the subject matter of her work in capturing nature.
Laura is currently a first year on the Illustration course at Falmouth. She shared this piece of work the other day. I was impressed by it a lot, she is someone who already has such a strong distinct visual language. She is able to show complicated ideas through the use of shape and colour. I predict good things for Laura and her work! I find her work really engaging to look at, not just at getting across an idea but I find myself looking at all the small details within her work.
Zoe is a second year on the Illustration course. My friend Lucy first told me about her work and I met her at a recent event where I sold some work. She's recently been working on a project all about people and architecture in Berlin. I was struck by her use of colour in this project. The blue and pink work very well together. Her work is a lot of fun and has a huge amount of personality and character. This is what makes it relatable. There is a sense of real care and emotion that you can see goes into everything she draws. This is shown through the use of mark making.
Scarlett's work appeals to me because of how she captures such an organic subject matter through the use of line and mark making. Her work is already very distinct and draws the eye in because of how she composes the narrative.