ARTIST SHOWCASE: Jérôme Queval This week Catalist showcases the uber talented Jérôme Queval, whose art reminds of our own childhood which found us nose deep in books such as Rats of NIMH, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Roald Dahl novels :) Queval’s style is utterly charming and nostalgic, and we are definitely smitten by his work! Be sure to enjoy more of Jérôme’s art at http://fox-n-brownsugar.tumblr.com/!

Reminds me of the powerpuff girls' illustration style. The Art Of Animation, Jérôme Queval:

Lucie Brunellière // illustration // jungle illustration

Lucie Brunellière's Vibrant Jungle with Over 50 Animals

Illustrator Lucie Brunellière produced this series of playful images for The Very Jungly Jungle Book. There are over 50 characters within them!

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nice concept- cat lying on bed illustration - cat illustration - simple cat illustration - cat drawing - Pavel Pichugin

'sinä vaikutat niin kamalan viisaalta sen takia ettet koskaan sano mitään' tove jansson

Sometimes someone needs silence and solitude, and it doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong.’ ‘I don’t know,’ Snufkin replied. The door shut again and Snufkin entered his forest, with a hundred miles of silence ahead of him.

Sanna Annukka was born in Brighton UK to a Finnish mother and a British father. She spent many childhood summers in her mother's home village of Paltaniemi in Northern Finland and together with her aunts and uncles they would head into Lapland to camp in the wilderness, pick berries and fish for wild salmon. Finland became Sanna's spiritual home.

finnish design// freshwater textiles: Sanna Annukka for Marimekko

biologibik 60-tal viapin

biology book, with graphic of the finches of the Galapagos studied by Charles Darwin. Illustration by Charles Harper

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