Balancing Bold and Pastel Colours with Christy Lundy

With a refreshing use of colour, Christy Lundy’s illustrations manage to come across strong and attention-grabbing while working with lighter, pastel tones.

This Toronto-based illustrator describes herself as a “dogless dog lover. Inspired by Tintin, a strong cup of coffee and her desire to tell stories”.

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Above photo of Christy Lundy by James Lee.

© Christy Lundy, 2016

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