I want to apologize for not being very consistent and a little behind on posts lately, but this has been a hectic past few weeks for me, and to top it off I got a concussion playing basketball yesterday, so I’m dealing with that and working from home today (I can get used to it actually). But hopefully, everything will be in order soon, and I will make it up to you, I promise! So, how are you doing?
I’m so excited to present a very talented illustrator based in London, England. Katey-Jean Harvey has a wonderful portfolio that you can view here. I urge you to visit and get inspired!
Katey-Jean’s work is often narrative based, which is what I think pulls you in to make those connections and join the dotted lines. She has a way of transporting you into the world she creates, of “grumpy girls in cute dresses [that] sulk about boys and hang out with skeletons and sausage dogs”, through the dreamlike quality and attention to detail in her illustrations.
Don’t you just love the soft feeling of the colors she uses? They are happy colors, but not too bright or flashy. They have a subtle air to it, so clean and lovely. If you would like to stay in the know about Katey-Jean’s work, visit her blog!
With such a great portfolio, how do you pick a favorite? Luckily Katey-Jean has quite a selection you can swoon over! She also has a Flickr page. What do you think about Katey-Jean’s work? What do you like the most?
(images: katey-jean harvey)