7 young interior illustrators to follow on Instagram

Illustration in architecture and interior design certainly represents an unconventional technique for those accustomed to classic graphic restorations. From the contamination of sketches, digital art, painting, renderings, small everyday scenes come to life, almost a return to the traits of the past in terms of simplicity and immediacy. Let’s see how some illustrators decline this choice, each with different peculiarities.

Janet Hill is a Canadian artist, also a talented writer of children’s books. With a distinctive style, he projects us into his imagination giving us a sense of wonder and mystery. In the deep-eyed portraits, in the detailed and extravagant house interiors, where we might find a horse in the living room, each scene is a precise chromatic narration and contains something fantastic, from another era and another world.

Lianne Nixon is a Dutch illustrator. With pencils and markers, Nixon designs living rooms, bedrooms with bold color palettes and refined textures, adding furnishings, accessories and greenery. His designs are impeccable, they follow trends perfectly: in these we recognize design pieces, such as the iconic chairs by Charles and Ray Eames, Gerrit Rietveld and Arne Jacobsen.

Ana Popescu is a young illustrator originally from Bucharest, settled in France after studying in Germany and Austria. The protagonists of his works are the stylized silhouettes of 1930s houses, mid-century modernist villas in Palm Springs and author architecture, such as Ricardo Bofill’s Walden 7, all sketched with research and care, through landscapes and even surreal shapes. In each table we find depth and composition, confident lines and a pastel palette. Popescu does not hide his passion for the Bauhaus movement, a great inspiration for his artistic production.

Neethi Goldhawk is an Indian illustrator and designer, from an early age she embraces a vision of bright colors, drawing coconuts, palm trees and huts, with the window overlooking Delhi, always open so as not to miss even an inspiration and imagine the places to visit ( and draw). Stopping to observe the details of reality was the antidote to his perennial instinct to escape. After studying textile design, Goldhawk decides to explore his deep curiosity for patterns on fabrics and more. In the illustrations we find, in addition to the chromatic narration, the oriental patterns, the traditional rites, the meticulous attention to the interiors and the facades of the houses of his homeland.

Pamela Jaccarino in New York he is directing Luxe Interiors + Design, an architecture and interior magazine. Yet miraculously he also finds the time to paint, his great passion that he does not keep hidden at all with a dedicated Instagram profile. For his “Artwork inspired by interiors”, Jaccarino draws from a constantly evolving collection of clippings and shots, which he translates into sophisticated watercolors on different themes: textures, gardens, interiors, architecture, portraits. For obvious reasons the house and the interiors have a prominent place in his illustrations, but also accessories such as a series of well-detailed vases find space.
The style comes “from his myth” Jean-Augustine-Dominique Ingres and from the neoclassical approach. “Sometimes it is enough to explore and observe to get a brilliant idea, it is enough to start from a piece of furniture or a carpet to illustrate and build a room”.

Francesca Fusari, on Instagram with the stage name @selapennamidisegna, is an architect by profession and illustrator by passion.
Drawing is an integral part of his creative vocation, a means to tell stories, stop special moments and everyday images.
His line, strictly in black and white, is a succession of meticulous details of furniture, people, accessories, in which everything has a precise role. Essential clean lines create welcoming spaces. Fusari delicately tells the stories of his “clients”: requests for precious illustrations often accompanied by the words of a poem or a song.

Ceyda Alasar we find it on instagram as @monamai_. She is a self-taught digital illustrator, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but she is also an urban architect, despite the fact that the world of visual arts has always occupied a prominent place in her life. Inspired by nature, architecture, simpler gestures, Alasar’s illustrated scenes take us around the world, in Arabian gardens, in summer houses inhabited by surfers, in soft American living rooms with books and cups of coffee, all outlined by a vibrant stroke in pink, red, blue and orange.

Source: Living by living.corriere.it.

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