The Emotional Capacity of Mr. Roger
Eveline Tarunadjaja is an illustrator who has had her work published on Frankie magazine — in the form of a poster, no less! She is now working on the design of tee shirts for Hurley, apart from selling her original works and limited edition prints, in her shop (her calendar is going really fast too!). Her drawings are mostly revolved around hair — beautiful, tumbles of locks that flow like water.
Catch her on her blog and her illustration portfolio website. Laura of Lola-News recently did an interview with Eveline too.
Eveline’s print, Red Dress, and Light
Thank you so much to everyone who responded — I’m over the moon for all the well wishes, kind words and for the shoutouts I’ve received. I wouldn’t be able to have done this without your support!
For the artists, I just want you to know that I’d like to keep it to 35 ads per one month run for everyone’s benefit, and so the next free placement will go live on 14 March, and will last until 14 April. For those who’ve responded but have not given me their file, please do so soon to ensure a spot!
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I’m putting all of your banners up right away, and instead of going the advertising route, I’m doing up a project called pikapackage, so watch out for it in future announcements! In the meantime, sign up for to be notified of new news!
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I know Tiel Seivl-Keevers from her photos at her flickr page where she regularly post photos of her work and crafts. It’s also where I found out about her Etsy shop that has her prints and cards for sale. I’ve been waiting for her website to go live for the longest time, and guess what? It finally did!
Tiel’s Kitchen Slippers print in her Etsy shop
It’s beautiful, Tiel, and congrats!