Print Edition: March


Anchors Aweigh by Jon Contino // Becca Stadtlander Flowers by Little Otsu //
County Line by Max Wanger // Enjoy the Little Things by gumberrypl //
Fruit Art Print Set by Idlewild Co.



La Vie En Rose (Color Wheel) by Yellow Owl Workshop // Night Night by Mathilde Cabanas //
Owl Sketch by Isaiah K. Stephens // Relax There’s Whiskey by Allison Comu //
Table Top by Lovely Sweet William


Agata Wierzbicka

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Warsaw-based illustrator Agata Wierzbicka is another artist that seems to be capturing some of my emotions on paper lately. She mainly draws digitally but also uses acrylics, oils, and pencil and experiments in mixing techniques. Agata’s illustrations are characterized by dynamic lines and pastel colors.


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Elena Boils

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Clean lines, large fields of saturated color, and a great mix of both manmade structures and nature. Elena Boils‘ illustrations combine graphics with handmade imagery, resulting in a world I’d love to jump right into.


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Sandra Eterovic

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Making things makes Sandra Eterovic happy, and man oh man does that come through in her work. Her belief that handmade things deserve to be loved infinitely longer than cheap mass produced items is something I hold close to my heart as well. Take a peek at her shop, my favorites are the quirky hand painted wooden sculptures.


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(via The Jealous Curator)


Melissa Castrillon

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So many of illustrators I’m drawn to are based out of England, and today Melissa Castrillon joins their ranks. Each of her works tells a story, communicating through color and shape just what Castrillon wants us to walk away with, aside from looking at another pretty picture. Be sure and check out her shop if you’d like something of hers to be yours.


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Grace Helmer

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Sometimes an artist just gets it and is able to convey the essence of their story in a glance. Grace Helmer is most definitely one of them. Her illustrations and oil paintings are both slice-of-life and humorous, particularly her Small Hours comic.


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Print Edition: February


May Day by Hayley Mitchell Art // Bath Time by Natalie Trovato // Composition Series 2: B by Kate Miss // Fleur Femme by Wayne Pate // Grace Coddington by Gray Day Studio



Houseplants by Hartland Brooklyn // It’s Okay by Matthew Taylor Wilson // Miko Sorry by Mathilde Aubier // Morning River by Lauren Adams // No Dancing Except on Tables by Planeta 444



Palmistry by Ms Matilda // Persistence is Fruitful by Anthony Burrill // Pillow Land by Clare Elsaesser // Pyrite Light No. 1 by Hamish Robertson // San Francisco is for Carnivores by Drywall


Lui Ferreyra

Lui Ferreyra-1-Design Crush


The works of Chuck Close, Egon Schiele, Paul Klee, and Richard Diebenkorn are obvious influences in Lui Ferreyra‘s work, but he also cites hi-tech imaging, such as satellite photography, medical CAT scans, and vector graphics as having impact. Whatever inspiration lies behind it, I love Lui’s web-like style that comes across as distinctly his own.


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(via this isn’t happiness)