This is the 16th installment of #enonspiration, where I share people who inspire me. Go check them out and show them some well-deserved love:


Lan’s illustrations appear simple at first glance, but theres oh so much depth in every single frame. I can’t get enough of these little stories.


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Alia turned quiling into an incredible and incredibly unique paper lettering style. So freaking good.


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Scroll back past Alea’s fab illustrations, and you’ll discover what first got me hooked on her work: absolutely insane still life patterns.


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Speaking of flowers, Maggie - a fellow web designer - inked her way into near mind blowing indtricacies. So much swoon



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