Posts Tagged 'illustration'

AIR Interview: Fanny Gentle

Fanny Gentle, one of our AIR Cycle 7 residents, has a sensibility of history and delicacy that infuses all of her work. Fanny has a successful career in commercial illustration, and she came to TAC to explore a fine art

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AIR Interview: Fanny Gentle

Fanny Gentle, one of our AIR Cycle 7 residents, has a sensibility of history and delicacy that infuses all of her work. Fanny has a successful career in commercial illustration, and she came to TAC to explore a fine art

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History Lesson: Antonio Lopez, fashion illustrator

Antonio Lopez was a boundary breaking fashion illustrator based in New York City during the 70s and 80s. I recently found an older article from W magazine that brings together the history, image and fun that surrounded Lopez’s life in such a

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History Lesson: Antonio Lopez, fashion illustrator

Antonio Lopez was a boundary breaking fashion illustrator based in New York City during the 70s and 80s. I recently found an older article from W magazine that brings together the history, image and fun that surrounded Lopez’s life in such a

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Artist Highlight: Ricardo Cavolo

I’m a huge a fan of Ricardo Cavolo artwork. I came across his illustration work while reading a new book, “How to get into the Twin Palms” by Karolina Waclawiak, with a cover illustration by Ricardo. Love at first sight. His

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Artist Highlight: Ricardo Cavolo

I’m a huge a fan of Ricardo Cavolo artwork. I came across his illustration work while reading a new book, “How to get into the Twin Palms” by Karolina Waclawiak, with a cover illustration by Ricardo. Love at first sight. His

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Daniel Horowitz: Drawing of the Day

Daniel Horowitz is seriously great. This Brooklyn-based illustrator not only is extremely talented in what he does, but he manages to remain creative 365 days out of the year. That is a lot of creativity! He proposed a challenge for

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Daniel Horowitz: Drawing of the Day

Daniel Horowitz is seriously great. This Brooklyn-based illustrator not only is extremely talented in what he does, but he manages to remain creative 365 days out of the year. That is a lot of creativity! He proposed a challenge for

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Artist Highlights: Jazmin Berakha

Jazmin Berakha is a Buenos Aires based visual artist, working on a wide rage of media, from traditional crafts, to film and music. Great part of her work includes embroidery, in a really beautiful and refreshing way. I love the

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Artist Highlights: Jazmin Berakha

Jazmin Berakha is a Buenos Aires based visual artist, working on a wide rage of media, from traditional crafts, to film and music. Great part of her work includes embroidery, in a really beautiful and refreshing way. I love the

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Inspiration Board: Amy Cutler

This weekend, in between partying too much and sweating too much, I fell in love with Amy Cutler’s work. I’ve always been a great fan of illustrated children books and love the way Amy’s paintings bring you to that fantasy

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Inspiration Board: Amy Cutler

This weekend, in between partying too much and sweating too much, I fell in love with Amy Cutler’s work. I’ve always been a great fan of illustrated children books and love the way Amy’s paintings bring you to that fantasy

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Artist Drop In: Megan Piontkowski

I’ve got my mind set on Spring. I’m feeling claustrophobic and itchy in my layers, putting on boots ignites anger, and I just want to go to the damn beach. March is the worst month in this regard, and so

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Artist Drop In: Megan Piontkowski

I’ve got my mind set on Spring. I’m feeling claustrophobic and itchy in my layers, putting on boots ignites anger, and I just want to go to the damn beach. March is the worst month in this regard, and so

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