Alexis Winter


Weekend inspiration! Love the wonderful poetic portraits of Melbourne based artist Alexis Winter. Don't forget to have a look at her fabulous prints on her Etsy shop

Solo show by Conrad Roset

I have posted so many times about Barcelona-based artist Conrad Roset on this blog as I adore his beautiful delicate "Muses". In just a few days his solo show will open at Spoke Art in San Francisco. So, if you are planning to go there next month (to extend your summer) you know where to go!

"Pale" a solo show by Conrad Roset
August 29th - September 26th 2015 in Spoke Art, San Francisco

Gabriella Ibarra

Wow! I am in love with these linoleum prints on paper of Atlanta based still life painter Gabriella Ibarra. She also creates wonderfulone-of-a-kind floral paintings on canvas and paper with great names as "Into my arms""Another part of me" and "You send me"Have a look at her work in the new curated I LOVE ILLUSTRATION shop at

Milk & Cookies! - Stop Motion Animation by Rachel Ryle

Love the adorable Stop Motion Animations of Award winning Illustrator & Animator Rachel Ryle. Having been named the #1 Instagram account to follow by MTV & BuzzFeed, she focuses on incorporating her art & animations into her posts. Since the launch of Instagram’s video feature Rachel has turned her stream into a collection of art & quirky stop motion animations. In only 15 seconds her short story animations are bound to leave a smile on your face. On her instagram she has already 500k followers!

Miyuki Ohashi

Miyuki Ohashi translated the September 2015 issue of Gotham Magazine from Kirsten Dunst.
Love her femine and loose brushstrokes!

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Katy Smail


Love the dreamy girls and colorful bold flower patterns of KT Smail, a Scottish illustrator living in New York!

Copenhagen Fashion Week - S/S 16 - Isabella Hemmersbach

Illustrator Isabella Hemmersbach from Copenhagen has shared her favourite women’s looks from last week’s Copenhagen Fashion Week. ”I’ve tried to capture the essence of the Spring Summer 2016 looks by finding the read threads and pick the looks I find visually the most attractive.” (as seen on Kaltblut)

Sara Andreasson


Love the Bacherlor's Project "White Noise" about critical (fashion) illustrations from Swedish illustrator Sara Andreasson. Sara’s work, with her bright palettes and bold characters, has strong feminist undertones and a sense of societal commentary that is always handled with a playful touch. She is also editing an art zine called BBY magazine– a publication focused on prominent female creatives within the art and design world.  

"Fashion can, with its implicit flux, be described as an ever-changing mirror of the times, a reflection of prevailing dreams and utopias as well as an expression of limitations and shortcomings. By considering fashion a continuous documentation of the Zeitgeist, we can apprehend the norms and ideals that manifests themselves way beyond the glossy spreads of a fashion magazine.

White Noise is a norm-critical project resulting in a series of fashion illustrations, through conformity and resistance aiming to expose the hierachies that quietly shape the grid against which we are inevitably measured". – Sara Andreasson -

This project is exhibited until 27.09 at New Nordic Fashion Illustration vol.2, Tallinn, Estonia

Rebecka Skog

Love the fresh drawings of London from photographer/illustrator Rebecka Skog. She studied Fashion Design at European Institute of Design in Madrid, was born in Sweden, raised at the Canary-islands and is currently based in London, 

Annu Kilpeläinen


Summertime! Love the tropical neon colored work of Annu Kilpeläinen, a Finnish born illustrator that lives and works in London. Providing bold vibrant rainbow coloured imagery Annu’s portfolio bursts with character depicting summery scenes of urban landscapes, pattern, flowers, portraits and narrative with a distinctly tropical vibe.

Lynnie Zulu

Summer has started Amsterdam! Love this colorful work of artist Lynnie Zulu, born and bred in the Scottish Borders, with an artist mother who was born in Tanzania. She studied at Kingston and now lives and works in East London. Zulu’s work carries an African influence that is revealed in the energetic mark making and by the exotic characters she creates. Her illustrations can be found in fashion print, apparel and accessories, LP artwork, live art and in exhibitions.