Tran Nguyen was born in Vietnam, but raised in the United States and graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design. She works with color pencil and thin glazes of acrylic on paper. Nguyen is fascinated with creating visuals that can be used as a psycho-therapeutic support vehicle, exploring the mind's landscape. The colors and textures she creates is beautiful, soft and calming. Some of my favorites are above. They have a classic yet modern feel which, especially the first one.
Andrew Khosravani, London based illustrated is responsible for this amazing piece. I do not know much about Khosravani, but have lots of respect for him. His work often includes an insane amount of detailing. The blanket wrapped around the tree is great and I just noticed the little blue hookah off to the right. TGIF.
Sarah Bagshaw's patterns are quickly becoming a favorite. My eye was immediately drawn to these two prints. Some of Sarah's designs are reminiscent of previous Marni patterns. Bagshaw is a surface pattern designer based in the UK. She uses a combination of drawing, painting and photoshop to create such vibrant pieces. These patterns are begging to be incorporated in clothes and home accessories.
Malika Favre is a French illustrator/Art director based in London. Her work is colorful, geometric, and rich. Malika knows how to work her organic shapes and blocks of color. Her creative flair has graced the pages of The Sunday Times, Wallpaper, Penguin Books and much more. Check out her work, it will brighten up your day.