Flowers That May Brought

Well, May is almost over. What a glorious month. The sun came out. The sky rained. The flowers bloomed – and I collected some some for you!


Margaret Berg has been exceptionally successful in grabbing attention with her colorful watercolor designs.  Her illustrations have been translated onto cards, tableware, phone cases, linens, packaging, and on and on.


Aleks Gusakov combines text, illustration and graphic design techniques to create an interesting 3-D effect.


Anne Ten Donkelaar creates these delicately beautiful 3D collages from pressed flowers and cutout images.  Go see more of her work, please.

Flower construction #52 (w:120 h:80 d:6.5 cm)


Angie Lewin combines her printmaking skill with her study of horticulture to create a magical natural world. Love, love, love this work. She’s also been featured in a book that showcases her work and process.

Green Meadow - linocut print by Angie Lewin - printmaker

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Bird Tuesday

What can I say – I love bird-centric design.  Why not a Tuesday to round some up?


 

You can’t help but feel happy when you see Helen Dardik‘s work. Here’s a particularly Spring-y one.

 

 

Mid-modern style and birds all in one? Charley Harper is always one of my favorites.

Sing Spring - Click Image to Close

 

 

Love the animal illustrations from Ola Liola at TevaKiwi.

Chickadee Song // SALE 3 for 2 // singing bird watercolors art print, size 10x8 (No. 43)

 

 

Amazing book sculptures by artist Su Blackwell.