Rebecca Clarke’s wonderful and watery illustrations and portraits

Date
4 July 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

These beautiful, bold and watery illustrations by Rebecca Clarke have really captured our imagination: we love her whimsical subject matters and blotchy, deliberate smudges of colour, and her scratchy illustrations of Grace Coddington and Frida Kahlo are especially wonderful – not to mention that wonderful portrait of Picasso in his trademark Breton. Rebecca studied art in Paris and now lives and works in New York, and she draws for a variety of clients, from The New York Times to i-D Magazine What we love about her work is how it so naturally bridges that gap between functional editorial illustration and something you would actually want on your wall.

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Rebecca Clarke: Picasso

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Rebecca Clarke: Untitled

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Rebecca Clarke: Untitled

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Rebecca Clarke: Frida and Anna

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Rebecca Clarke: Fountains

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Madeleine Morley

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