So.. I’ve recently maxed out my credit card on plants. Just kidding. But I have lined them all along my window and they’re loving it. Here is a lovely illustration by Marcella Sustano. P.S. Still on the hunt for a monstera deliciosa and its swiss cheesiness.
I’ve been following Nick Matej’s work on Dribbble for a while. His number and letterform studies for 36 Days of Type—a challenge to express your interpretation of type by designing a letter or number every day—are little masterpieces. Like this piece, he incorporates subtle textures, striking color hues and a wonderful balance in details.
What style is this?
Norman Rockwell is a celebrated illustrator and artist born in New York in the late 19th century. A master storyteller, Rockwell’s work captures the fleeting moments of everyday life that we take for granted. Here are a few from his vast collection:
Need simple yet sophisticated—and of course—beautifully crafted wedding invitations? Pancake & Franks is where you should get them!
Simple, subtle and unobtrusive beauty—the Japanese concept of Shibui—is Stacy’s signature style from cards, packaging to logo designs.
Even her 404 Error page is lovely.
Let’s drool over the beatiful work of Janice Sung, an illustrator and designer from Toronto.
I find inspiration from everything that’s just aesthetically pleasing to me. I love looking at fashion and branding photography, plants and even furniture. As for who, I would say Audrey Kawasaki made the biggest impact on me throughout my artistic journey.