Category Illustration

EMILY ISABELLA

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? EI: Feminine, elegant, whimsical, imperfect. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? EI: I draw my inspiration directly from my life. I love illustrating the seemingly mundane and I would probably be a very sad […]

DIEGO LAZZARIN

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? DL: I never think too much about categorizing my work, but it just so happened that some people did it for me by commenting on it. What they said ended up being so intriguing to me […]

MANCA FLAJS

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? MF: To tell you the truth I have never thought about┬ácharacterizing my style just because it is still evolving and changing. But if I had to attach some words to it, I would say it is […]

NATHAN ROBERTS

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? NR: I’m a graphic designer so my style can change slightly and adapt to the project I’m working on. I would say my style is vintage inspired illustration. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? […]

MADDY YOUNG

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? MY: Technically speaking I guess it falls under the category of illustration, although in addition to that I have always considered my work to be quite autobiographical. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from MY: […]

MEGAN ROY

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? MR: I would describe it first and foremost as imperfect. It’s bright, playful, and a little messy, just like life. Simple, but not necessarily minimal, and usually pretty cheerful. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration […]

NASTIA SLEPTSOVA

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? NS: A few words to describe it would be calm, quiet, with a bit of melancholy, muted tones, a natural palette, details and space, illustrations with a little touch of Scandinavian coldness and Japanese tenderness. At […]