Now that we have changed to summer time, I can finally state with confidence: spring is here. The days are much longer, and so Otto, the boar baby is happily digging the ground, in the hope of finding something delicious among the spring flowers. He is the one on the April downloadable calendar. :)
As usual, if you are a newsletter subscriber, I’ll send you a printable version of the April calendar too. Otto arrives in your mailbox this Friday, so stay tuned and subscribe if you haven’t done already. Down here you can download the April calendar for the screens of your various gadgets. Now is the last time to download the entire Forest Animals calendar from my Etsy shop, after that it will be gone.
I have made this calendar in several sizes so you can use it from different sized screens as well as a smart phone. If you need a different size, please let me know in the comments below. I hope you enjoy this free download :)
It is still snowing round here, but I am soon confident in announcing that winter is over, spring is coming. I had planned Januray to be a slow month after the hustle and bustle of December, but – just as it often happens with plans – things turned out differently. Winter became such a busy season that I have decided to share it with you.
21 days, 13 paintings
To tell the truth I am no good at challenges (even though I can manage a week-long one) but now I have landed myself in a situation very much like an art challenge. I had wanted to document the moments of our relationship with my SO but it was only in December that I came up with the idea of the Exercisebook of love. Obviously I had no chance to do anything about it in the Christmas rush but Valentine’s Day seemed a good chosen deadline (have I said I like working to a deadline?). At that time it had seemed that 1,5 months would be a comfortable time to finish the project but during the process of creating, ideas started generating themselves. I had more and more pages pop into my head, so I worked on the Exercisebook nearly every day. You might have seen the inside pages on Facebook or Instagram.
International Women’s Day is due this week, so on that note I have out together a little collection of illustrations. All this images deal with the concept of femininity, whether they be conceptual doodles or a charming set of flowers. I am a great fan of conceptual illustration as I love that they have extra meaning apart from being aesthetically pleasing.
To my dismay even Google Image Search couldn’t help me find the names of all the illustrators whose work you can see down below. Those I found I linked under the images, but the list is still not complete.