We are rather proud to share another fabulous Guest Blog with you today from the super-talented Anthony Peters, aka IMEUS Design. Anthony heads-up his own multi disciplinary Design and Illustration studio, and has a fantastic eye for discovering amazing work (as well as creating his own!). And so we’re sharing one of his favourites with you today… enjoy!…
I have always been a big fan of the work of paper-craft maestro Helen Musselwhite, and I know the girls at Morning Edit are too. For me it’s a mixture of two things that entice me to her work..
The first is that everything she does is beautiful with a tiny touch of whimsy, and occasionally a pinch of something darker, like a fairytale from the black forest. Secondly I am in awe of the craft. Helen is a cross between a surgeon and an origami master, and boy must she have some patience! Her work is impossible to imitate in these days of the digital doppelganger.
Her style is unmistakable whether it’s adorning the walls of a gallery, posters for the National Theatre or a window display for Stella McCartney!
If you are a resident of the South Coast (as I am) you can catch Helen’s work at the Boxbird Gallery, Brighton from the 2nd of May in the ‘ThreeD’ group show, along with Graham Carter and Tom Frost.
In the words of Boxbird Gallery:
‘We will be celebrating the world of 3D Illustration with a stunning collection of new exclusive art works made using paper, boxed art & sculpture to bring illustration into a whole new dimension! To compliment these brilliant 3D pieces will be limited edition silkscreens and original drawings, and as always at affordable prices!
And if that was not enough we will be working with Ticktockrobot Animation Studios to create some really unique animations with the three artists…. So keep an eye out for those!’