A couple weeks ago illustrator Kate Copeland launched a new website, so I thought today I’d share with you a small selection of her work. Using traditional pencil and watercolor, Kate has created illustrations for a number of clients including the likes of Sagmeister & Walsh, The Times, Wallpaper* and Port Magazine. I’m a sucker for this type of black and white imagery and Kate is particularly talented at creating bold and striking images with precision and clarity.
Reminding me at times of the work of American artist Robert Longo, Kate’s illustrations have an iconic quality to them. Whether rendering bicycles, portraits or scenes from films; her images are nearly always arresting.
Alongside her new site, she has also started a blog which shows off plenty more work. It also includes a handful of inspirations and some insightful “behind-the-scenes” shots. You can see more from Kate Copeland by visiting her site website here.