Australian artist and fashion illustrator, Erin Flannery's work incorporates so many of my favourite things: an appreciation of texture, a gentle femininity and an interest in black and white with a constant exploration of what lies in between. Her work is whimsical and ephemeral, suggesting forms and figures without divulging the whole story. She recently had a solo showing in Queensland called "Erin Flannery Lives in Black and White." She also has her own blog, which is a mix of her paintings plus images of her daily life.
As a special treat for moleskine readers, Erin took some time out to participate in a little Q&A. Lucky us!
|My personal favourite, Frankie with Lacy Halo.|
|Bird Girl on Bread Board|
|Hot Shot Polka Dot (with Topknot)|
|Trendy Topknot Goddess.|
|Shots from Erin's renovation.|
|Erin's photography as posted on her blog.|
|Recent freelance illustration work.|
|The Chair that came out of the closet.|
Follow Melbournians, let's start hassling some galleries so we can see more of her work here!
All images via Erin's blog.