Illustrators: Becky shares her favourites
Becky is our talented Graphic Designer – she’s the one that hand-sketches the images you’ll find across our blog, website and emails (she puts those together beautifully, too).
Similarly to Mark, we asked Becky to share a bit about what inspires her. Here she is with more…
“These are a few of my favourite illustrators that I love at the moment. It’s their use of botanics and colour that draws me to them. I hope you like their work, too.” – Becky.
London-based illustrator Lizzy Stewart uses a mix of pencil and watercolours to create these quirky illustrations. Adding characters with little details brings a story to each of her works. She has worked with New York Times, WRAP and many others to date having graduated in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in 2009.
Jennifer lives and works in Borneo, but she’s originally from Tasmania. She uses bold shadows with watercolours and a vibrant palette, which make her illustrations really stand out. I especially love her landscapes.
Beth-Emily is an Australian illustrator and artist, recognised for her intricate and fluid artworks exploring flora, fauna and landscapes. She uses a mixture of media to create delicate drawings and illustrations – I particularly like these ones that were commissioned for Frankie Magazine.
Natalie is an Australia-based designer who hand-paints her work. She focuses a lot on Australian flora, and does a lot of pattern work for textiles and bed linen using paints, pencils and printmaking. I love her all-over flora patterns, and terrarium drawings below.
Do you have any favourite illustrators or artists? Let us know!