Yesterday we had the pleasure of watching another awesome couple get hitched, which means we’re at the end of our two week wedding frenzy so I have another wedding themed Finds of the Week for you. This time however, instead of random finds, I’ve picked two amazing wedding illustrators.
Jolly Edition are my newest find from a Google hunt for wedding illustrators. They’re style is so unique and beautiful and my the typography in the first image is just ridiculously pretty!
I love their bespoke bride and groom portraits too, they’re so lovely, romantic and they just feel so warm and loving. Yup I’m in love with these guys’ illustrations!
Julie Ann Art
I’ve been a fan of Julie Ann’s work now for a while, it’s totally different from anything I’ve ever seen. I bought one of her awesome cards for our anniversary in March for Peter and another for my brothers birthday and both of them loved their cards. Julie Ann’s designs never fail to bring a smile to my face. They’re quirky, funny and cute as hell! If you’re looking for a card that’s a little bit different, head over to Julie Ann Art, you will not be disappointed!
What do you guys think? Do you love these talented folk as much as I do?
I think I might make a feature out of this so I can share the awesome arty things I find around the web over the course of the week. Usually there’s tonnes of stuff that I find and love and have a folder full on my computer that’s just there for me to ooh and ahh at. This week though I was blown away by this…
This awesome Pacific Rim
poster harks back to the earlier poster styles of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s that I love and wish more folk would do these days. It’s the perfect style as it links back to old sci fi B-movies which I think works so well as Pacific Rim looks like it’s going to be the most expensive B-movie of all time, and I mean that in a good way. It’s going to be fun, action packed, not take itself too seriously and the fx look incredible. Yes, I love special effects
and no they don’t “ruin movies”.
I found it over at the Poster Posse on Blurppy.com
and it is designed by Richard Davies, an incredible
artist who has done so many awesome poster artworks. Check out his site
I’ve completely forgotten what article I found these on yesterday and I don’t care. I’m just happy I found them. The Historical Disney Princess collection by Claire Hummel (aka Shoomlah) is beautiful especially when you discover how much of Claire’s time and effort has gone in to them. My favourite has to be Tiana as I love the green, the 20’s style, the dress, the movement in her pose and Tiana as a character. If you’re a Disney fan check them out, you’ll love them too. Also take the time to have a nosey around Claire’s website for more stunning illustration and character design.
Also a little note to Bioshock fans, Claire is also the artist behind Bisohock Infinite’s concept art for Elizabeth and the Luteces – amazing!
Have you seen any stunning artwork this week? Please share in the comments so I can have a wee looksee.