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Grady McFerrin.



I can't remember how I stumbled across Grady McFerrin and his beautiful letterpress illustrations but it was instant love. I would like to see him do a children's book - preferably with a vintage circus theme  as he seems to have a lot of vintage circus type graphics in his portfolio and there's nothing I love more than a vintage circus. That in my opinion would be getting close to illustration heaven... 
See the rest of his portfolio here.

Comments

dear olive said…
Wow, they are beautiful!
inaluxe said…
they are quite awesome - I love his style: so distinct, like a signature. Hope you're having a great weekend! xo K
Kylie said…
Totally agree. They are so distinctive - just fabulous :) Kx
Iveth Morales said…
Beautiful! thanks for sharing!

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