Inspiration

Illustrators

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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