animation by Frida Ek made me giggle.
Complimentary Colors are hyperrealistic colored pencil drawings. Stunning.
My son has been
drawing on giant paper rolls, which made me show him the above video: Art in progress, featuring Caroline Denervaud aka @ideih on Instagram.
Lovely message and illustration by
People I Loved.
Team Tattly just launched these four
colorful bouquets with a flicker of gold foil by new artist Jess Phoenix. The shimmering of the gold elements really make these stunning.
This illustration made me giggle. It’s taken from Shirley Glaser and Milton Glaser’s Childrens Book called
If Apples Had Teeth.
These crochet illustrations by textile artist
Tuija Heikkinen are delightful!
I just discovered
Femke Colaris on Instagram and I love how serene and consistent her images are. And, I absolutely adore her simple line drawings.
Heidi on Netflix with my kids the other night, which they loved. It made me go down memory lane of shows and movies I used to watch as a kid. This one, La Linea is one I looked forward to every week. It is an Italian animated series created by the cartoonist Osvaldo Cavandoli. What are some of the shows you remember fondly from when you were a kid?
This guy by
Kamwei Fong made me laugh. There are more cat illustrations in this post.
Wow, I am really a cat person now, am I?
This capture by
Jason Polan made me laugh. If you don’t follow him on Instagram, and like the slightly weird and absurd, you should. I love what he notices, like the above frozen toy frog. Instead of signing his name he often draws something. And then, he is a really talented illustrator.
This wallpaper bathroom detail caught my eye in this lovely
house tour on Brownstoner. Turns out it’s designed by Julia Rothman, one of our most icon ic Tattly collaborators. The best part, the wallpaper is removable.
Rainbow People by Eleonora Aorsio. Her Instagram posts continuously put a smile on my face.
Happy weekend everyone. Remember
this flow chart by Mr.Bingstagram.
Nick Lu, you can buy it as a framed print here.
Bas did it again. His personal mini documentaries called Like Knows Like is how we meet in the first place and made me fall in love with his craft. Today he launched his latest masterpiece, with fellow studiomate and friend Oliver Jeffers as the subject. 15 mins well spent.
These guys made me chuckle.
Tattly just launched
two new designs by Estée Preda. I am in love with this Flower Head.
cleaning GIF by Abbey Lossing made me laugh. (It takes a while to load – be patient!)
The story of Jon Burgerman from Bas Berkhout on Vimeo.
Jon Burgerman is a friend, creative workspace neighbor, a Tattly artist and my son’s creative idol. His most recent book It’s Great to Create spurred many super creative adventures in my house. If you have little ones, I highly recommend grabbing a copy!
Being a fan of all things Burgerman, I was delighted to see my friend
Bas Berkhout working on a mini documentary on Jon. It JUST went live. It’s personal and oh-so-timely. Watch above!
And make sure to check out other mini documentaries in Bas’ series called Like knows Like. Here’s the one he did on me, years ago.
I love this limited edition
Ice Cubes Silkscreen Print by Christoph Niemann. I also recommend his archive of Sunday Sketches.
This winking illustration by
Helena Pérez Garcia made me smile.