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Strange and lovely in equal measure, these two-legged fish represent themes of migration.
We find out how this creative jack of just-about-all trades went from doodling horses to quitting her job and starting a design conference.
Meet the talented bunch who put this beauty together.
Busy, vibrant and spirited, Andrea Caballero's illustrations perfectly capture the pace of big city life.
This talented illustrator has an unyielding love for Australian flora. So much so, that she filled the entire 2019 frankie diary with sketches of native plants and flowers.
The LA illustrator draws her everyday obsessions: food, ordinary objects and movie scenes (Call Me By Your Name ranks highly).
Cats and rock stars have a lot in common. They’re cute from a distance. They can really shred. And most of them are the spawn of Beelzebub.
The French lady explains how she got to be this awesome.
“I always had this crazy idea that I had to draw things realistically and perfectly. Once I let go, my work really blossomed.”
“The idea of having a ‘style’ can feel very restricting, because it’s something that’s always going to be changing and evolving – as it should!”
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