A for Awesome. Paul Thirlby
It’s been almost a year since I posted about Paul Thirlby’s illustrated number series and since then his alphabet collection has also become very popular. I bought a beautiful signed print last week, “A for Awesome”, at the Tate Modern Gallery, which I discovered is also available on his website.
“The inspiration for my work comes from mid-century design
and illustration. My style has been described as being
retro-modern. The aesthetics are retro and the
subject matter is modern. I use old books, postcards and
pieces of paper for the backgrounds to my illustrations
which often, for example, involves buying an old book from
a charity shop just to use its back cover.”
Want to see more? Check out more photos from the Rio+20 Conference by visiting its location page, and…
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Marvel at Midnight
Donald, Howard. Howard, Donald. You guys are in the same family now…
(art by silvaniart)
- Freaks and Geeks
- Veronica Mars
- My So Called Life
- Doctor Who
- Skins (UK)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Sherlock (BBC)