The Av1ation Study with Red Nose Studio

The Av1ation Study has worked with Red Nose Studio to create a visual narrative for a clinical study provided for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. His lettering, characters, and animation are a perfect fit for the wonderment of adventure with the topic in hand. See his animations on their website here.

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Kendra Scott Interviews La Scarlatte

Meet Our Illustrator: La Scarlatte

A freelance illustrator based out of Amsterdam, Netherlands, La Scarlatte first caught our eye for her delicate attention to detail and playful use of color. But when we asked her a few questions about her life and artistic process, we really fell in love. Read on to learn why we’re so inspired by the rockstar artist behind our Summer ’17 illustrations!

What does your creative process look like?

When I’m creating personal work, an artwork can be thoroughly researched and extensively sketched out before I start on a final artwork, but it can also develop naturally without any preparation. With clients, I always work on a concept and create sketches first, and then create the final artwork. Most of the time I create the artwork as one drawing, then scan it in and color it digitally. But for Kendra Scott, I created every item separately.

What about Kendra Scott’s Summer 2017 Collection inspired your illustrations?

This summer collection has a really great sea and coral vibe, so I paid a visit to the aquarium and tried to find corals, animals, and seaweed that had a similar texture as the jewelry. Kendra Scott already had this beautiful color palette for the items in the collection, and I added a few colors to complement them.

Check out the full interview here!

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American Illustration Winners! Congrats!

Emiliano Ponzi

For: La Repubblica


For: The New Yorker

For: The New Yorker

Red Nose Studio

For: Scientific American


For: Los Angeles Times

Jungyeon Roh

For: GQ

Hyejin Chung


For: Personal Work


Dinara Mirtalipova : Easter Eggs

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Culture Trip just wrote a beautiful article about Dinara Mirtalipova's Easter eggs. 

Here's a quick snippet of the article

Culture Trip: When did you start painting eggs?

Dinara Mirtalipova: Painting eggs for Easter is a family tradition, started by my grandma Lilia. She celebrated Easter and baked Easter bread called kulich (кулич). As a child I loved to watch her doing it and I loved to help with dying eggs. After she passed away, I continued to decorate eggs for Easter year after year and now it’s become my tradition.

CT: Do particular places inspire your work?

DM: I know it sounds too obvious, but inspiration hides everywhere. I love taking nature walks with my daughter, I love listening to ethnic music, taking trips to museums or libraries, I love collecting fabric, ethnic dolls and coins. So it’s hard to name one destination, I think it depends on what you’re looking for.

Read this gorgeous piece here and share the news!