Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Illustrator of the week



Thanks very much  DASH Magazine for making me the illustrator of the week! I am flattered : )

Check out the feature here.

Hilma of Klint


I went on a little excursion to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art last week to see the work of the Swedish artist Hilma of Klint. Oh my what a lovely collection of art. She worked as a scientific illustrator and depicter of landscapes but created these big abstract paintings and meticulous drawings in her spare time. She also studied anthroposophy with Rudolf Steiner, who told her that her art was way ahead of time and that the public was not ready to see this compilation of work. Therefore she wrote in her testimony that she did not allow the work to be shown publicly before 20 years after her death... In the early 1900 women was not really allowed to practice art and pursuing a career within this field was banned. I admire such a courageous woman for not giving up on her artistry just because the society dictates that she should.
You should go see the exhibition if you are in the area!






   

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Fishtail braid

Here's one more for Carlin Groupe, Paris. I don't think I have previously shared this one. It's called Fascination and features purple eyebrows, eyeshow and faded lips. Loved doing the fish-tail braid. Who wouldn't love to have hair like this?


Fascination

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

albinos are hot!

I thought I´d post one more of the beauty illustrations I have made for Carlin Groupe in Paris. I think this is probably the first time I have drawn a girl of Far Eastern origin (Japanese). This version is an albino with freckles and a very vertical hair-do!


'Escape'