March 21, 2017

Fee Greening

Fee Greening keeps it traditional with dip pen and ink illustrations.

It’s always refreshing to come across creatives who are keen to preserve traditional draughtsmanship and avoid the ease of production that digital softwares and apps have to offer. You can certainly see the time and care taken in Fee Greening’s beautiful dip pen and ink illustrations, for example. The patience and steady hand required to create these intricate illustrations is a testament to Greening’s discipline and care, and her work - as a result - is a delight to see. We particularly admired her series of portraits of icons past and present!

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