Print Edition: August 17

Crashing Waves by Kym Fulmer

 

And So It Begins by The Novogratz

 

The Lungs by Lyon Road Art

 

Summertime Travel Skateboard by Telegramme Paper Co.

 

Into the Mystic by Ann Marie Coolick

 

Summer Color Form by LEIF

 

Banana Split by PLTY

 

This Just This by Debbie Millman

 

Geo Light by Lou and the Twin

 

Moon Phases Full Moon by Color Watercolor

 

Make Your Own Future by Telegramme Paper Co.

 

Haven by Helo Birdie

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Max Guther

 

Max Guther is a Mainz, Germany-based illustrator creating digital collages by transforming photographs, textures, and self-constructed objects. With summer in its homestretch I’m really drawn to his pool and beach scenes – hoping to squeeze in some time at both before the month is over!

 

 

 

 

 

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Courtney Wotherspoon

 

Being an illustrator is one thing, being an illustrator with a wide breadth of talent and range of styles like Courtney Wotherspoon is another entirely. The Toronto-based artist’s portfolio is overflowing with portraits, comedic collections, and food that looks so good your mouth will water.

 

 

 

 

 

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Babeth Lafon

 

Babeth Lafon is an illustrator, currently based in Berlin, who specializes in fashion. Her art graces the pages of magazines, beauty and luxury brands, the pages of books, and department stores around the world. The color palettes she uses, along with the textures incorporated, give each piece a bold painterly look that creates her unique style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Print Edition: July 2017

Tomorrow by Anthony Burrill

 

Take a Dive by Confetti House

 

Print 2, Formation by A’Driane Nieves

 

Paperclip Index Chart by Present & Correct

 

Pennsylvania Schematic Map by Transit Authority Figures (all states available)

 

Painted Leaves by Samantha Dolan

 

Holly Original Illustration by Kate Lewis Ink

 

Botanical Print by Prints Project

 

Another Task for You by David Shrigley

 

Hi Bear by Becca Tapert

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Juan Osoro

 

If science textbook-meets-carnival sideshow subject matter is your jam, then you’ll be into Juan Osorno‘s style without question. His intricate pencil illustrations depict natural elements like plant life, outer space, and the human body, but partners them together in the most unexpected ways.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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James Gilleard / Japan by Car

 

James Gilleard‘s Japan by Car series captures his travels around the country in digital sketch form. I love the unexpected, subtle geometric elements present in each piece. And even though these are from Gilleard’s adventures in Japan, I really appreciate how they may as well be from just about anywhere. (“We are more alike my friends, than we are unalike.”)

 

 

 

 

 

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May Favorites

1/ EcoBark Dog Harness
After years of searching for a harness that helped control my dog’s tendency to pull, as well as one that fit her broad chest/small neck measurements, I’ve found it. This thing is a lifesaver and the straps are made from recycled water bottles – bonus. (Note: runs small)

2/ Lemon Tree
Plants are therapeutic for me, and I picked up one of these little guys during a plant buying binge. I liked the idea of trying to grow it so much that I bought my Grandma one for Mother’s Day, too. No doubt hers will be five feet tall before mine hits 18-inches!

3/ Native Union Night Cable
This ten-foot long cable is amazing for charging your phone and devices while lounging in bed. The weighted knot anchors it to any surface, so you’re not left searching for your fallen phone when the alarm goes off in the morning.

4/ Elemental Coffee
My favorite coffee from when I lived in Oklahoma City remains my favorite 2 1/2 years post-move. The small batch roastery imports and roasts their own, and you can order a subscription service to show up on your doorstep. I highly recommend the Perusha.

5/ NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square
A classic orangey-red that looks amazing on any skin tone, it’s been my go-to for a few years.

6/ Case Study Bentwood Tray Table
I rely on this tray table in the evenings, when I’m sitting on the couch with the dogs and either listening to records or half paying attention to something on television. It’s a great height and wide enough that I can sit crosslegged under it.

7/ Bebe drawn by Preserve a Moment
The super talented Susanne Kasielke drew my pup, Bebe, from a photo I’d shared in Instagram months ago. Her work is top-notch and I suspect it won’t be long until I commission her to illustrate my other pup as well!

8/ Tadesse Bucket Bag
The perfect bag for summer, its roomy interior provides so much space for essentials while the drawstring closure keeps it all secure. (It’s also available in a mini size and several colors of leather!)

9/ Yucca Plant
I had no clue that yucca plants could survive outdoors in Pennsylvania, or that I had three in my front yard, or that they bloom sporadically! Mine sprouted some tall stalks just about overnight, now I’m waiting for their white bell-like flowers to bloom.

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