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26th of November

Illustrations by Rory Kurtz


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18th of November

Illustrations by Jing Wei


Born in a sub-provincial city in China and now living in a treehouse in Brooklyn, Jing Wei makes prints – beautiful prints – delightful prints – prints that tell stories of cute little animal characters – stories that make me smile… Jing Wei hopes to keep making art for people who like the art that she makes…we here at Signature Illustration love her work…

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11th of November

Sam Weber has brilliant versatility and imagination


Every now and then there is an illustrator that blows you away and for me Sam Weber is one of those. We have posted Sam Weber before a long time ago – middle of last year. His new work is fantastic. I find them deeply physiological which make his illustrations absolutely captivating. Definatly worth adding to our Illustration Blog.

He has done a wide range of editorial as well as book illustrations. He was born in Alaska but has since moved to New York and lives there with his wife.

I hope you enjoy this selection:

4th of November

Illustrations by Raquel Aparicio


She was born with a twin sister in Ávila and after spending a few years in Edinburgh she went back to Spain to study illustration.  Raquel also attended one year at the illustration Academy in Florida.

Enjoy her beatiful illustrations:

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12th of October

Milton Glaser on Drawing


Milton Glaser is one of the most prolific designers of our time. He designed I Love NY, DC Comics Logo and he also founded New York Magazine with Clay Felker to mention a few of his  legacies. The below video he talks about drawing and how it makes us look at things in more detail as well as other related thoughts.

Enjoy the video!

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10th of October

Julie Morstad’s Charming Illustrations


Julie Morstad’s work can be thought provoking, whimsical, fun and even psychological.  Simple lines, delicate depths and a great mix of colors make Julie’s illustrations all in all delightful, even charming. I would love to get my hands on one of her prints.

I hope you appreciate these lovely illustrations as much as we did:

Alexandra and Sascha

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