A visit with the loose and playfull collage works of,

ANDREA D'AQUINO  
Artist 
 lives and works in NYC

{special  thanks to Dante T.}




She blends beautiful shapes with a painterly flair.
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ABOUT
Andrea D'Aquino has always resisted labels like "art director", "illustrator", "graphic designer" and finds herself happiest straddling the line between all those things. For several centuries, she was a senior art director for major advertising agencies.   As an illustrator and designer, clients include Anthropologie, The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveller, The Washington Post, Elle Magazine, One Kings Lane, Vegetarian Times, Family Fun, Chronicle Books, Uppercase, Flow Magazine, PlanSponsor Magazine, and many others.  Her work has been recognized by Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Art Director's Club, Communication Arts, 3x3 Magazine, The One Club, and The Type Director's Club. 


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you just saw the brilliant works of :

ANDREA D'AQUINO  




 GREETINGS JAPAN;) We love the naive + raw collaborative designs of,

TORANEKO BONBON
( We found out this is the name of tiny restaurant in Japan owned by 4 young artists. Their collaborative artworks are everywhere, from the menu's daily specials to quick notes and scribbles hanging on the walls^^^)
AKA
SUNUI

[BIG thanks to my design detective & talented artist Mike Sinny for finding them*]






























ABOUT

The Foursome of Yoko Shiraishi Asako katahira HareŚ•ąTomisawa Kyoko Negishi. Musashino Art University crafts industrial design department classmates 2004. Graphics by hand, WEB and other various fields. Hanaregumi also creates stage decorations. In 2013, they started tabby bonbon and OBOmansion.com.





















































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you just saw the brilliant works of :

 TORANEKO BONBON