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Hennie Haworth

Hennie Haworth

Category: Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
No. of comments: 1

Hennie Haworth's felt-tipped take on everyday objects never fails to make me smile. Awesome lettering, too. For more alphabets, surface patterns, book covers and even a vending machine or two, check out her fabulous website here. ...
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Bec Winnel

Bec Winnel

Category: Art, Design / Editorial, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
No. of comments: 0

If I could get anyone to draw my portrait I think it would have to be the very talented Melbournian artist, Bec Winnel. Bec's portraits are just so wonderfully soft and feminine. It would be hard for even the the staunchest of tomboys not to want to don a pretty floral dress and cherry lipgloss after looking at her work. She's been ...

Jessica Hische

Jessica Hische

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Christine Moore
Posted: Sep 14th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Jessica Hische is a letterer, illustrator and designer. She is well known for projects such as the Daily Drop Cap and Should I Work For Free. The Daily Drop Cap website is based around her own and guest interpretations of the letters of the alphabet. As well as this Jessica keeps a blog and you are able to buy her designs online. As it says on her website: 'Jessica and her work have... been featu...

Rest of the Story

Rest of the Story

Category: Books, Design / Print, Illustration, Music,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 14th 2011
No. of comments: 0

The guys at the Canadian studio Rethink have come up with the most incredible album artwork. Chris Tarry is not just a jazz musician, but also an accomplished author. Rethink turned his new album, Rest of the Story, into a little book of Chris' short stories. How amazing is the detail, that silver ribbon marker, the die-cut ...

Rice field art

Rice field art

Category: Art, Colour, Design / Environmental, Illustration, Resources / Images,

Posted by: Mark
Posted: Sep 9th 2011
No. of comments: 3

Every year, the farmers and residents of a small town in Japan called Inkadate work together to create huge works of art in their paddy fields. In May an army of volunteers plant a variety of different coloured rice in a precise patterns created on a computer. The rice field art is only visible until September when the rice is harvested. To see a time lapse video of the emerging a...

Amy Dunis featured in Moustache Magazine

Amy Dunis featured in Moustache Magazine

Category: Art, Illustration, Magazines,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 5th 2011
No. of comments: 0

It's always fantastic to see the work of our students and graduates in the big wide world. Although we don't teach illustration at Shillington we have a number of very talented illustrators who pass through our doors wanting to add to their skill-set and Amy Elizabeth Dunis is one of these. Check out her super cute ...

Tang Yau Hoong - The Art of Negative Space

Tang Yau Hoong - The Art of Negative Space

Category: Art, Illustration,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Aug 23rd 2011
No. of comments: 1

Loving these illustrations by Tang Yau Hoong. Really playful and clever! See more of Tang's work here.   ...
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Adrian Valencia draws Gaga

Adrian Valencia draws Gaga

Category: Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Aug 18th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Argentinian illustrator Adrian Valencia goes Gaga in his own inimitable style. Check out his blog for more work-in-progress photos. ...

Maricor Maricar

Maricor Maricar

Category: Design / Typography, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Aug 17th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Here's some beautiful embroidered type courtesy of the multi-talented Maricor and Maricar Manolo to brighten up your day. Be sure to visit their blog for some fabulous process shots, and check out their website for more illustration, web and motion graphics work. &nb...

Adrian Riemann

Adrian Riemann

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Brent Wilson
Posted: Aug 10th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Adrian Riemann is an illustrator from Germany who's had his hand in a number of design projects. This particular one is a re-imagining of the classic 80's characters from He-Man as indie/hipster/fashion scenesters. They're dressed in clothing that actually exists which he has referenced on his site. It's refreshing to see Trap Jaw looking so dope....
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