Meet our first pick of 2019, @sofiacrvo! Her story of improvement is one that all should learn from this year. She shares with Ballpit, “Back in the day, my work used to be flat and black & white. Little by little, I started to add dimension to it and now I am experimenting with colours.”. A wonderful tip from Sofia – carry a notebook around with you! ” It’s funny because sometimes I happen to have ideas in the middle of the street or when hanging out with friends and I have the urgent need to stop to write. ” explains Sofia. Read more about her story at https://ballpitmag.com/portfolio/sofiacrvo/.
Our pick of the week is @burk__w! A self-taught artist, Burk combines architectural shapes and surrealism to create colourful environments! He shares about how he creates these scenes, ‘I try not to force myself. I don’t like to plan or sketch much if at all, I typically just see where things take me.” Read more about Burk at http://www.ballpitmag.com/portfolio/burk__w!
Marie Lafrance (@marie.lafrance) from Canada is this week’s pick! We’re so in love with the textures and gradients her shadings bring, as well as the muted soft colours used in her work! She also illustrates a lot of KidLit (children’s literature) -its one of her goals to write her own stories one day! See more of Marie’s wonderful work at www.ballpitmag.com/portfolio/marie-lafrance!
Matt Booker (@matt.booker1) from London is this week’s pick! We enjoy looking and observing every little detail in his work. It’s almost as if we’re right there with him! He spends a good deal of time on-site, taking in the atmosphere and social interactions of others before analysing them later in his studio. See more of Matt’s amazing work at http://www.ballpitmag.com/matt-booker1.