Who else could pull off such a lovely print?
Link: Eduardo Recife.
I tried to leave a comment on the post below… number 7, but it wouldn’t let me???? Anyway, just wanted to say I LOVE IT thanks for the introduction to a rad illustrator!
Love it, love the vintage paper!
ooh, that hand-lettering is fantastique!
This is great! I love this work…..
i know! it is the BEST! :)
lovely work indeed – his website was innovative but very frustrating to navigate through with all this hidden links….the need to scroll over smudges and small scribbles and dots makes you feel like you are constantly missing something you have yet to find.
good comment, dave!
Great print. I’m constantly amazed by the originality of content you post to your blog. Keep up the good work Erin!
Oh my goddddd!
Thank you for reminding me of this phenomenal artist and designer. I stumbled across one of his former websites at least 5 or more years ago when I was in high school. As it happens, the computer I used then at my folks’ house with dial-up AOL internet service is probably in a landfill somewhere far away, my favorites list a distant memory. I could never quite remember any sort of key words with which to search for him….I’m so happy to have found him again in this odd way.
Thank you thank you thank you!
oh kate— this is so exciting! i love fate. ;)