The illustration and inspiration of Jasmine Natalie Matthews.

I am a 20 year old student studying visual communication:illustration and like leaves, geometry & corrugated card (throwing a random selection of interests out there. why not....)

ruby-taylor:

A collection of nice things I have come across lately! The fish risograph print I got at ELCAF and is by Kristyna Baczynski, what a beaut! The Flow Magazine is their summer special, it’s so nice and packed with lovely stuff and a free notebook, I illustrated a city flower guide for it. The square mag is Clift Fanzine 5, a cryptid themed marvel, unfortunately it is all in spanish so I’ll need to do some language classes before I can read it, but the illustrations are great - plus it features my monster pattern! Also in there are some hand drawn stickers by Old Groves and the Gorki Planet zine which I also picked up at ELCAF and love!

I’m also very excited that my nail varnish has coordinated with Clift so wonderfully. It wasn’t even planned.

originalgiantcontent:

Sylvia Ji, Mission Otomi, 2013.  30x30”, acrylic on wood panel.

originalgiantcontent:

Sylvia Ji, Mission Otomi, 2013.  30x30”, acrylic on wood panel.

eatsleepdraw:

An Austrian Foresters Legend 

eatsleepdraw:

An Austrian Foresters Legend 

geometrydaily:

#474 Trapped – A new minimal geometric composition

geometrydaily:

#474 Trapped – A new minimal geometric composition

Such a chill day #summer #park #funfair #converse #yeaaah

Such a chill day #summer #park #funfair #converse #yeaaah

rubyetc:

Keep seeing people wearing ‘geek’ t-shirts, how did that even become a thing?

rubyetc:

Keep seeing people wearing ‘geek’ t-shirts, how did that even become a thing?

wacky-thoughts:

Lanzavecchia + Wai: Mutazioni Carpets for Nodus

devidsketchbook:

WOODEN POPSICLE

by Johnny Hermann

Mauro Savoldi - “Johnny Hermann is the alter-ego of the craftsman and designer Mauro Savoldi from Milan. He re-creates the vibrant, colorful magic of summer ices in objects of minimal design, recalling one of the sweetest and most nostalgic treasures of our past. The original popsicle was invented by an 11-year-old boy in San Francisco in 1905 – and by a strange coincidence it was piece of wood that made the whole story possible! 
Childhood memories and fresh emotions are fused in the shape and materials of these creations.” 

(via devidsketchbook)

artstech:

AntiVJ’s Joanie Lemercier Maps Light Projections To 3D Origami Walls
(via AntiVJ’s Joanie Lemercier Maps Light Projections To 3D Origami Walls | The Creators Project)

artstech:

AntiVJ’s Joanie Lemercier Maps Light Projections To 3D Origami Walls

(via AntiVJ’s Joanie Lemercier Maps Light Projections To 3D Origami Walls | The Creators Project)

Soooo uni is over? Cool.

Now what?

Time to make moves.

saatchionline:

Evening Garden Acrylic Painting by Sandy Dooley United KingdomOriginal: $2,050

saatchionline:

Evening Garden
Acrylic Painting
by Sandy Dooley
United Kingdom
Original: $2,050

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