Barcelona-based artist Mar Cerdà discovered her love of paper-cutting while working as a children’s book illustrator.
From the March 1978 issue of Teen magazine “Color yourself prettier with ‘TEEN’s coloring book of bright beauty and fashion ideas.”
Tiffanie Turner uses crepe paper and straw to make flowers that are pure magic.
Amélie Fléchais is yet another French illustrator who has completely melted our hearts.
It’s always inspiring to discover successful, creative people who live outside of artistic hubs New York and Los Angeles.
Brandi Roberts fuser her interior design background with an undying love of television to meticulously create blue-prints of her favorite TV shows.
Although Yves Saint Laurent’s ‘Love Cards’ were designed as New Years greetings rather than valentines, they still spread the love
Sean Avery is an artist whose creates amazing animal sculptures out of discarded CDs and DVDs.
Watercolor artist Caitlin McGauley was mostly doing commissioned personal work when she posted a comment on the personal blog of Lonny magazine co-founder, Michelle Adams.
Paper quilling dates back hundreds of years, to at least the 16th century
The name ‘Christine Rosamond‘ might not ring a bell, but given that she was one of the most published artists of the 1970s, you’ve probably seen her work
With 80s style on the rebound, artist Patrick Nagel returns to the spotlight.