Just stumbled upon these cute posters by London-based designer Natalie Singh of Tree Hill Cloud. Each print depicts the different houses to be found in various locales around the world. Very cute idea and the illustrations are so pretty. Being an Aussie, I especially love the Australian terraced houses. Sweet!
New York Brooklyn Brownstone Houses
Australian Terraced Houses
London houses in Autumn colours
(Image credit: Tree Hill Cloud)
I have a little bit of a ‘thing’ for gig posters and I’ve decided that 2012 will be the year that I really jump in to some serious gig poster collecting. Here are some beauties that I would LOVE to add to my collection. Do you collect gig posters? I’d love to know!
She & Him by Anna See
Paramore by Strawberry Luna
The Decemberists – LA – by Nate Duval
The Cure by Vahalla Studios
The Civil Wars by The Uprising Creative
Foster the People by Delicious
Elliott Smith at the Sapphire Supper Club, Orlando Couldn’t find any artist details 🙁 I *need* this poster. Just on the off chance that anyone reading this wants to sell me one!
Not only am I obsessed with making new Etsy treasuries but I’m also obsessed with paper cutting. I love the flimsy elegance of this art form and I really admire anyone who has the patience to do it. I’ve gathered together 16 of my favourites in this Etsy Treasury.
^ To Do 9″ x 12″ by Annie Vought
My latest guest blog for Paper Runway is up!
A little while ago I discovered the amazing work of paper artist Annie Vought. She creates the most intricate art from handwritten letters. Have a read and explore her work! I think you’ll agree that it’s amazing.
(Image Credit: Annie Vought)
I just finished writing my latest guest post for Paper Runway and I wanted to share a sneak peek with you. If you love paper cut handwritten letters you’re going to love this artist! I’ll post the link when it’s live.
(Image credit: Annie Vought )
My latest Paper Runway post went up last Monday.
I was lucky enough to stumble upon the work of an amazing paper artist Jayme McGowan from Roadside Projects recently. Jayme creates stunning hand cut 3D scenes from re-purposed paper. They’re really quite spectacular. Check out the post for more info.
(Image Credit: Roadside Projects)