Looking at her recent projects, we’re impressed with how much she has developed and strengthened her style of illustration.
A delicate touch and eye for subtle colour combinations bring the¬†the various items and people Holly Exley illustrates to life.
Her watercolours showcase the best of the traditional medium while managing to stay fresh and modern.
Poetic observer and gleaner of undiscovered urban gems, Alice Stevenson champions the art of walking in her new¬†book, ‘Ways to Walk in London’.¬†We join her on her walks and discover “hidden places and new perspectives”.
Intuitive marks, collected and torn paper, paint, and charcoal are all part of the organic process¬†that¬†Grace Alexandra Russell¬†goes through to create her emotive images. She takes us through the various, interesting stages of her work.
Italian illustrator, Davide Bonazzi combines thoughtful symbolism worked into his compositions with considered drawings and painterly textures. Here are just a few of the narratives he creates in his engaging images.
Marta Orzel has a creative and particularly original technique¬†for handling line, form, and texture. Her wonderful illustrations are arrangements of cleverly layered pieces that come together beautifully.
What we possibly find most striking about Marta’s work is the balance she is able to achieve between the bold and elaborate. While her work always has a richness in the different surfaces she creates using a mixture of media, she knows where to embellish and where to go for strong, solid forms.
It’s been a couple of years since we last featured Laurent Moreau, when we were taken by his ability to create striking, graphic images in paint. We were keen to see how this has been developing so take a look at some of his recent work while he talks about what he’s been up to recently.