Racheal Anilyse is an illustrator, graphic designer, and publisher from Connecticut, USA. She uses tea to drink and paint with [sometimes simultaniously but from different mugs] and she has a love for hand drawn letters. As a visual communicator, she likes to have fun with words visually and grammatically. All of it stems from her own form of language, the only true lexicon she knows how to communicate with. Her form of communication is delivered in two forms, through a soft but layered and textured pencil work and through a form of clean linear lines. She will be posting about hand-drawn typography and art that has to do with tea and coffee stains on Pikaland!
Read all her posts here!
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Loving the striking colors of Ann Toebbe’s work that’s available at 20×200.
From an introduction on one of her paintings:
“My experiences in New York and at Yale University cast my family’s home and lifestyle in a different light; a pragmatic, mundane (and rather flat) sense of beauty, unburdened by high ideas or refinements of style.”
I’ve been having some technical issues over here on the website with some downtime (6 hours at a stretch yesterday!) so if you want to get updates when the site is down, or to talk to me directly, head over to my Twitter page. My apologies for the inconvenience, and thank you everyone who has sent me an email to notify me!