A PERFECT LOVE FOR IMPERFECTION

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I'm crazy about graphic design. I love illustrations, posters, type...and when you combine the three, well...I love it even more. I'm especially fond of things that are a bit quirky or creations with character. Personally I believe it is much harder to create something that is imperfect and more a reflection of your mind, than just creating a pretty picture. I think it takes a lot to express yourself and dare to be imperfect. But I do think that a greater happiness is to be found in the ability to be yourself, how quirky or imperfect that might be, rather than trying to be perfect. /Annika
 
 
 
 
Picture 1: Illustration by Laura Berger. Visit her Etsy store Mary Kate McDewitt. Visit her Etsy store here
Picture 3: Illustration By Nicola Slater. 
Picture 4: Illustration found here.
Picture 5: Illustration By Francesca Ramos. 
Picture 6: Illustration found on Pinterest (couldn't locate creator)

Comments

I totally agree and these are all gorgeous, I especially like the otter. Might buy it for my sons room. Take care, Mari