Inspired by: Wayne Thiebaud

When I was in New York in September this year, I was delighted to discover Wayne Thiebaud‘s artwork at the Whitney muesum. I love he’s use of bright colours for highlights and thick paint strokes that look like delicious layers of icing. I couldn’t resist buying this print of pie encounter for my kitchen.

Check out more of his delicious work here and if you’re in New York, visit the awesome Whitney muesum and Wayne Thiebaud‘s artwork, it’s stunning to see in real life.

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Inspired by: Geoff McFetridge

I’m starting the first ‘inspired by’ for 2015 with the brilliant illustrative work of LA based graphic designer Geoff McFetridge.

I’ve been meaning to blog about his awesome work for awhile, ever since I found a copy of Zoetrope: All-Story guest designer edition in our bookcase. I’m really drawn to his bold style; black and white thick and thins as well as his use of colourful abstract shapes.

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Inspired by: Raw Colour

Dutch design duo Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar originally started as a self initiated research project on the intensity of vegetable colour. This project then gave the studio it’s name, Raw Colour.
Now mixing the fields of graphic design and photography, their body of work is bursting with their unique style and vibrant colour combinations.

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Inspired by: Sara Zin

Starving Artist is a unique tumblr featuring delicious watercolour illustrations by Sara Zin. A feast not only for the eyes; behind each illustration you’ll find the recipe to feed your belly.

Visit the Starving Artist here and discover more of Sara’s other impressive work here.

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