Articles tagged with illustration
You can spot Nelson Makamo’s expressive portraits from a mile away. The Johannesburg-based artist uses printmaking techniques as well as charcoal, acrylics, watercolours and oils to create spontaneous works that capture the characters of his native South Africa.
Renowned Icelandic artist Kristjana Williams has produced a selection of 3D works and hand-embellished prints exclusively for Rise Art. Learn more about the artist in this Q&A and get your paws on on of these pieces asap.
Check out our exclusive studio visit and Q&A with Icelandic artist Kristjana Williams.
Self-taught artist Violet Astor discovered the meditative medium of drawing as a form of art therapy to aid her in her ongoing battle with Lymes Disease. Discover her incredible story and hear about her recent travels to India in our exclusive interview with the artist.
We recently caught up with London-based illustrator and artist, Ellie Vandoorne, getting a tour of her studio and and observing the stages of her practice. Discover more about Ellie and browse her latest releases on Rise Art.
Rise Art's very own Kristjana Williams has been commissioned to produce the store front displays at Fortnum and Mason!
Rise Art Head Curator Rebecca Gordon describes the work of Bridget Davies as filled with spontaneity, elegance, sensuality, beauty, and texture... Read on for our Q&A with the artist herself!
Our Blogger of the Moment this week is Lori Langille, a Canadian collage illustrator who started her blog, Automatism to share whatever she finds inspiring, interesting, or simply beautiful in interiors, design, art, illustration and other creative fields. We've asked her some questions to learn more about her and her blog...
We speak to illustrator, printmaker and Central Saint Martins' alumni Anna Marrow, on her inspirations, commissions and being compared (weirdly) to Banksy.
Ever woken up from a dream and wanted to write it down instantly so you don’t forget it, only for it to wash away from your mind while you were looking for a pen? Except that it doesn’t quite go, and during the following day you think you recall snippets from it, but you can never put them all together to make a whole… There is sense in nonsense, and nothing in something.