Inspiration

Norman Rockwell

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:

Painting the Little House, 1921.  Oil on canvas, 28” x 24”.

Painting the Little House, 1921.
Oil on canvas, 28” x 24”.

Marble Champion, 1939.  Oil on canvas, 28” x 22”.

Marble Champion, 1939.
Oil on canvas, 28” x 22”.

The Runaway, 1958.  Oil on canvas, 35¾" x 33½".

The Runaway, 1958.
Oil on canvas, 35¾" x 33½".

Triple Self-Portrait, 1959.  Oil on canvas, 44½" x 34½".

Triple Self-Portrait, 1959.
Oil on canvas, 44½" x 34½".

Janice Sung

Let’s drool over the beatiful work of Janice Sung, an illustrator and designer from Toronto.

I love incorporating organic forms like foliage with inorganic geometric forms to create an interesting visual contrast.
— Janice Sung
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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.

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Anagrama / Mexico City

Some striking projects by Anagrama, a multidisciplinary branding and architectural agency based in Mexico City.

I appreciate the simplicity as well as the print techniques of this  NativeTech  label design.

I appreciate the simplicity as well as the print techniques of this NativeTech label design.

The contrast in layout (Simple versus the tiling inspired grid peaking in the upper right corner) with simple silver foil of the logo.  Vienna Woods  says  Best Regards.

The contrast in layout (Simple versus the tiling inspired grid peaking in the upper right corner) with simple silver foil of the logo. Vienna Woods says Best Regards.

Thoughtful binding for  The Yachtsetter

Thoughtful binding for The Yachtsetter

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I love the shape play for  Novelty Apparel … And the soft coral tone of course :)

I love the shape play for Novelty Apparel… And the soft coral tone of course :)