Clever Fashion Illustration: Whimsical Flower Dress by Lim Zhi Wei

If leaf can be the material in fashion illustration, why can’t flower? The whimsical series called “Flower Girls” created by Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei with the nickname Limzy is a delicate collection of graceful female form gorgeously layered dresses and gowns made out of all kinds of flowers such as roses, orchids, lilies, sunflowers and many more. Usually, Limzy starts with drawing watercolor girls then clothing them with haute couture fresh flower dresses. Here are some our favourite flower dresses and you can find more on Limzy’s Instagram page.

Clever Fashion Illustration: Whimsical Flower Dress by Lim Zhi Wei
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Heart-warming Illustrations About Dads and Their Beloved Daughters

Not sure is that true, there is a saying said daughter is more attached to father and son is closer to mother. Personally, I did feel the special bond between a father and a daughter. And same feeling share by Snezhana Soosh, a young painter who drew beautiful watercolour paintings to illustrate this special and tender love in the most exquisite way. These sweet pictures just prove us that the true and big power of our dads is in just how kind, careful, and gentle to their daughter. Take your time to go through below images and you can find more on Soosh’s instagram page. Let your heart be captivated and don’t forget to tell your father love how much you love them.

A big dad can easily become smaller for his beloved daughter
Best Father's Gift: Heart-warming Illustrations About Dads and Their Beloved Daughters
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Fragments: Portraits Drawn in Ink and Tea by Carne Griffiths

Fragments, another set of striking portraits created by UK-based illustrator Carne Griffiths who works primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and less conventional art liquids, such as tea, brandy and vodka. The use of liquids such as tea and alcohol was something that occurred by chance and then took the work in a completely different direction. Carne’s images explore both human and floral forms, figuratively and in an abstract sense. He is fascinated by the flow of line and the ‘invisible lines’ that connect us to the natural world. His artwork is born from a love of drawing and the journey of creating an image on the page. [source]

As always, all rights retained by the creator.

Fragments: Portraits Drawn in Ink and Tea by Carne Griffiths
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