Check out these gorgeous 60 sec gesture drawings by the talented,



British Artist

Living in NYC

Break out the DIP PEN & SOME INK... 

Jacky creates wonderful quick of hand, free flowing ink drawings...even Matisse would be proud. 

- E.L


Jacky Marshall, Known as "Jacky Blue", is an illustrator and designer well known in the fashion industry for her innovative use of color and ability to turn simple linework into striking silhouettes. Informed by her tenured experience as a designer, Jacky creates bold and feminine compositions which can only be attributed to her unique skill set and vision. Originally from Kent, England, Jacky earned her Master’s from the Royal College of Art and moved to New York to work on the design team for brands including Calvin Klein, Narciso Rodriguez, and Donna Karan Collection. During her time designing for global brands, Jacky's art came to life on the runway. Her illustrations, however, remained a hidden treasure, known only to those behind the scenes of the fashion world. When brands began asking to feature the illustrations of her designs as prints in their collection, she started to see that her love for illustration could reach beyond the design room. In 2017, Jacky transitioned to illustrating full time—her long-time passion. Shortly after founding her illustration studio, Jacky quickly gained notoriety on Instagram. By taking to social media, Jacky has been able to take what once could only be seen pinned on the walls of showrooms and studios and grant access to artists and art lovers alike. Her work has now been shown in multiple exhibits at the Fashion Illustration Gallery in London and featured by Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney. Jacky is currently based in New York City and is available for private commissions.

Many a few of these works were drawn directly from "Live model" internet ZOOM sessions during Covid. Visit here Instagram to see more of her juicy works. 

Vogue interview:

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Providence, RI

Calef's imagination is reminiscent of a modern day Dr. Seuss.




I studied illustration at Art Center College of Design, and had my first published illustration appear in SPIN magazine in 1989. Since then my work has appeared in lots of other publications, including Newsweek, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Time, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Travel and Leisure, and many more. I have also created murals, book covers, visual development, packaging and advertising for clients including Adidas, Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss, Target Stores, Laika, Grey Advertising, Weiden and Kennedy, Sony Music, Warner Bros. Records, Capitol Records, Virgin Records, Atlantic Records, A & M Records, The Playboy Jazz Festival, MTV Networks, Fraser Paper, Fox River Paper, Martha Stewart Inc., and Nickelodeon.  Beginning in 1998, I’ve written and illustrated thirteen books for children including Polkabats and Octopus Slacks, Dutch Sneakers and Fleakeepers, Tippintown, Soup for Breakfast, Hallowillloween, We Go Together!, Boy Wonders, Pirateria, and Flamingos on the Roof – winner of the Myra Cohn Livingston poetry award, and a New York Times bestseller. Hypnotize a Tiger – Poems About Just About Everything, which was published by Christy Ottaviano Books / Henry Holt in 2015, is my first aimed at middle-grade readers, and recently won a Lee Bennett Hopkins honor award and The Lion and the Unicorn Award for Children’s Poetry. My latest book, The Ghostly Carousel, was published by Lerner in August of 2018, and my next one – UP VERSES DOWN is coming in June of 2019 from Christy Ottaviano Books / Henry Holt. I have also illustrated the work of other authors, including books by Daniel Pinkwater, Edward Lear, James Thurber, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Jonah Winter. I am an associate professor at Rhode Island School of Design in the Illustration department, and have taught previously at Otis College of Art and Design, Art Center College of Design, and Emily Carr University.  

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