Tag Archives: Lizzy Stewart
I don’t usually buy cards because I prefer to make them myself, but I would definitely break that rule for Red Cap Cards. Founded by Hal Mertz and Carrie Gifford, Red Cap Cards: “creates a platform for emerging artists to reach … Continue reading
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
I’m really enjoying Lizzy Stewart‘s growing collection of book covers. They appeal to my bookish nature and my interest in illustration. Which cover is your favourite?
Haruki Murakami is an author whose writing you either love or hate. He has a cerebral approach to his novels, one that is more concerned with psychology than plot lines. Personally, I am a fan. I like his economical style, … Continue reading
I love this shirt by Katherine Hooker– what a delicate floral pattern. Just perfect. I think it goes well with this illustration by Lizzy Stewart. She is a genius. And these pictures by Nikole Herriott. She is also a genius … Continue reading
I really like Lizzy Stewart’s illustration showing essential items for summer music festivals. Quite a good list…particularly the toilet roll and sunblock. Very sensible.
One of my favourite illustrators Lizzy Stewart has begun to develop her publishing portfolio. As part of this process she has done a number of illustrations and book covers for some of the greats in the canon of English literature. … Continue reading
I spend way too much time on the internet. I blame flickr. Here are two of my favourite pictures from other flickr members at the moment. The picture credits are at the end. 1. Fake Glue 2. Lizzy Stewart