Chanel by Margaux Motin

September Mood by Margaux Motin. Margaux Motin is a French illustrator (I haven't got a clue where she's to be found), and I'm in love with her style.

A friendly hello in French. Coordinates with Salut and can be purchased separately or in a pair.  This fine art print is created from a hand drawn & watercolored illustration signed by Sarah Jane inspired. Each illustration is printed with a giclée fine art printing process on archival museum quality paper.  - Available in 5x7, 8x10”, 11x14”, 16x20”  - Printed locally in the USA - Ships flat (up to size 11x14) or rolled (16x20)  - We ship worldwide (Check your countrys customs office for…

A friendly hello in French. Coordinates with Salut and can be purchased separately or in a pair. This fine art print is created from a hand drawn & watercolored illustration signed by Sarah Jane inspired. Each illustration is printed with a giclée fine a

Malika Favre Illustrations

Stokholm — Malika Favre keywords: Malika Favre, French, Pop Art, illustrator… Start creating your own custom hand painted leather hand bag here.

Malika Favre - "The New Yorker - Page turner" • un-kitchy, classic art poster style à la Art Deco & Bagel cocktail • french graphic illustrator • official site: http://malikafavre.com

Favre presents her cover of the Summer Fiction Issue. Plus, a slide show of past summer-reading magazine covers.

illuhippo:        “Don’t Walk Your Lady Skid Row” by Matthew Sharack.        The houses and streets he creates are great. I really like the victorian/ burtonesque shapes and style. On his blog there are plenty more towns like these. And his characters fit perfectly in the settings, too.

"Don’t Walk Your Lady Skid Row" by Matthew Sharack. The houses and streets he creates are great. I really like the victorian/ burtonesque shapes and style

"American Sunrise" by Guy Billout

American Sunrise

Illustrator Guy Billout was an inspiration for Adventures in Archi-torturia contemporary digi art print modernist graphic illustration

Cruschiform is the moniker for Marie-laure Cruschi, a French illustrator and graphic designer whose colorful digital works showcase the beauty of rural and urban landscapes.

Cruschiform's Landscapes Created by the Poetry of Simple Modular Forms

/ cover illustration art about green cities for the summer issue of paris worldwide magazine / july 2016 / cruschiform /

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