Wish You Were Here is a wicky-wicky-wickedy-wild website full of
wonderful work that will wow anyone willing to wonder their way through
what is a land wammed full of wacky wallpapers and, errr, fabric
patterns. One word... WOW! Take a look HERE!
Elissa Elwick is a U.K based freelance illustrator who graduated from the Arts Institute in Bournemouth in 2008. Elissa is currently illustrating a children's book but also works on greeting cards, plush and animation as well as illustration workshops. Above are just a few examples of her fantastic work but be sure to check out her blog.
A Field Journal is the blog of history and art history student and is jam packed full of beautiful photography and illustrations. I particularly like the photography and illustration above as they have a really fresh approach with the colour palette.
Oh hello friend is a great blog i recently came across by a graphic artist based in Orange County, California. Its features loads of great posts in particular some stunning photography and lots of great etsy finds. Great stuff - check it out now!
Today is the last day for entries for the photography competition and we have had some great entries which you can view here. A big thank you to everyone who has entered and good luck with your entries. After the competition closes we will collate all entries following which judging will commence and we will announce a winner and runners up next week.
P.S Don't forget to check out the latest competition here.
Rebecca Thuss is an award winning photo-stylist, a creative
director, wedding designer and crafter. She delights in throwing
parties, has a passion for packaging, a weakness for fanciful candy and
confections, and an infatuation with vintage paper items. Currently
Rebecca and her husband Patrick Farrell are partners in a
multidisciplinary photography and graphic design firm—ThussFarrell.
addition to still life, lifestyle, travel, and portrait photography,
the firm offers graphic and web design, branding and identity design,
and creative direction.
Rebecca was also the style director at Martha Stewart Weddings and became instrumental in the creative vision of the company. Check out her website for great examples of the projects she has worked on.