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Abigail Halpin's illustrations are so far up our alley that they’re practically sitting on our back doorstep.
Cancel your optometrist appointment, you’re not seeing double – it’s just some trippy pencil play from Scottish illustrator Eleni Kalorkoti.
Allyson Mellberg Taylor's illustrations toe the line between creepy and cute in the most wonderful ways.
Every now and then we stumble across an artist who is so on our wavelength that we’re sure we’d be best buds if we met in real life.
If the idea of pop culture icons painted kookily in watercolour floats your boat, then you’ll probably be a fan of English gent Dick Vincent.
It’s like Japanese author and illustrator Yuseke Yonezu has looked into our souls and drawn all the things we’d like to surround ourselves with in life.
Instead of surrendering to a last-minute card-shopping spree at the newsagency on Christmas Eve, why not resolve to gather your greetings a few weeks early?
It’s impossible to say no to an illustrated onesie. It’s science.
Jeepers, we’d better make some room on our walls for some of these spurts of multi-coloured loveliness.
With so much on the go, we were rather pleased to nab Edith Rewa Barrett for long enough to answer a few of our niggling questions.
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