Inspired by: Jing Wei

I love Brooklyn based illustrator and print maker, Jing Wei’s playful and weathered illustrations – a look created by woodblock printing. Jing Wei has done work for the likes of Chronicle Books, Etsy, McSweeney’s, Momofuku, New York Times and The New Yorker just to name a few!

See more of Jing Wei’s fun work on her website here and buy her originals and prints here

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Inspired by: Darren Booth

Darren Booth is a freelance Canadian illustrator and letterer. He perfectly describes his vibrant work as “painterly fragmented with collage”. His unique artwork is collage using paper, pencil, paint, scissors and glue. In an interview with The Artfuls, Darren explains his process:

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Inspired by: James Gulliver Hancock

All the Buildings in New Yorkproject was originally started in 2010 by Australian illustrator James Gulliver Hancock, as a personal illustrative diary of the buildings he had seen and loved whilst living in Brooklyn, New York.

Now in 2013 and with more than 500 illustrated buildings, James has a book out soon¬†‚ÄúAll the Buildings in New York: That I‚Äôve Drawn So Far.‚ÄĚ ¬†The book¬†features iconic buildings, such as the Empire State, Rockefeller Center, and Flatiron Building, as well as the everyday buildings that make up New York City.

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