ARTmonday: Illustrated Arrays, From Modern Chairs to Vintage Cameras

I saw the first image here, So Many Trees, So Little Time by Eloise Renouf, on Pinterest today via my favorite art pinner, drawdrawdraw*, and was struck by it for a few reasons. First, the caption said, “ways to draw trees,” and I thought it would be helpful for my 10-year-old who struggles with all the illustrations he’s required to do for school. Second, once I focused in on it, I saw the obvious resemblance to Marimekko patterns; particularly Siirtolapuutarha (I bought that pillow cover in Finland in May). Finally, as I was trying to decide what to feature today, and came to the conclusion it should be child-centric, but not obviously so, I thought images in this vein would work. Simple drawings of items arrayed, some almost chart-like, all easily digestible, some child-like, others just decoratively geometric, and some sassy illustrations. I hope you like the mix.

So Many Trees, So Little Time, Eloise Renouf

Painted Pebbles 1, Garima Dhawan

Beach Hut, Julia Pott

28 Camera Drawings, Christine Berrie

I Bought All of These, Kate Bingaman-Burt

Modern Chairs, Ali Douglass
(I purchased this last night and am excited to hang it in the Delray condo.)

Donuts-No.3, Monster Gallery

8 Bit Star Wars, Fitz Fitzpatrick

Christmas Calendar 2011, Hanna Konola

Mini Arch Abstract, Melanie Mikecz

Ovals, Beth Hoeckel

Ashley Percival

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See my Pinterest boards for more art I love:
Abstracts
Female Figures
Photography 
Sculptures & Installations 

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  1. thanks for the drawdrawdraw mention – Helen 🙂

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