Tag Archives: Carson Ellis

Zosia Dzierzawska

Zosia Dzierzawska is a Polish illustrator based in Milan. She works in a collaborative creative studio called Studio Armad’illo. Her illustration reminds me of artist and children’s book illustrator Carson Ellis. It has a delicate and rich cultural quality about it.

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Printables

A sneak peek of illustrations and prints that I’ve had my eye on recently. Click the links below to see the full image. Feel free to buy me one…just kidding…not really (p.s. I’m totally serious…please buy me one) 1. Kes … Continue reading

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Miscellany

Fox hotel luggage tag by LM Kohler collected by Art of the Luggage Label This photograph by Morgane The Virgin Spring by Julia Hetta in Acne Paper (via: Thunder in our Hearts) Recipes from Nook Eatery (if you live in … Continue reading

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Current Wishlist

Anything from Herriott Grace. I love everything they make. Wildwood written by Colin Meloy (from The Decemberists) and illustrated by his wife Carson Ellis. The childrens book is due for release in September. Here is another of her lovely drawings … Continue reading

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Dillweed’s Revenge: A Deadly Dose of Magic

I am so insanely excited to own this picture book. The wonderfully macabre story is illustrated by one of my favourite illustrators Carson Ellis. Here is a little more information I found on Ellis’s website: “Florence Parry Heide wrote Dillweed’s … Continue reading

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The Decemberists

Gig Posters is a vast online resource for music posters. Here is a selection of posters by various artists I found for The Decemberists– a very cool band.

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The Exquisite Book

I am so excited about this book. The premise is based on the Surrealist game originated in the 1920’s called the Exquisite Corpse. Each participant creates a section of a drawing (usually of a person) without being able to see … Continue reading

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