There’s something so nice and whimsical about Lisk Feng’s illustrations that I like to imagine there’s a wonderful garden party with the most spritely of guests happening in her mind at all times.
Her use of colour is so beautiful with bright and inviting hues creating a lovely warmth to her work. The grainy texture and soft shapes work excellently as well and there’s a real narrative, albeit slightly a surreal one, throughout her pieces.
While some illustrations are more successful than others, there are some real magical gems scattered throughout her portfolio that really demonstrate Lisk’s talent.
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