Helen Vine is an illustrator living and working in the UK. Her work is mainly done in black ink, with some accents of color & gold. Her style conjures up the mystic properties of life, and things that fascinate her; death, life, decay, beauty, power, & want. Each of these themes are sprinkled throughout her illustrations; at once comfortable, & terrifying – sometimes in the same moment. Geisha’s stand or sit in deep thought, turned inward, or calmly taking in the scenes around them. Others look like they’re spewing rivers of the blackest blood from their mouths. This young illustrator is well on her way to great things. Read an interview with her on Visual News.
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A Little Bit of Beijing, a mixture of illustrated book, travel guide, photo album, and technical drawings. It is a publication made with patience, time, fineness, devotion, high-quality images, and with the aim to document the most interesting spots in Beijing. Part of the content was selected as one of Top 20 Reasons To Be In China by Wallpaper*