1. Album Art

    Cherub is the coolest band ever.

    Title
    <3
    Artist
    Cherub
    Album
    Year Of The Caprese
  2. I flew across country a couple weeks ago from the East Coast in DC to the West Coast in San Fran. It was a pretty scenic flight.

  3. So a T-shirt was requested from my friends for our upcoming “Lake Day” on August 10. The previous water design was too complicated to be screen printed so I went with a much one color friendly easy to print design and focused on some type. This was fun. LAKE DAY!

  4. I&#8217;m going home to upstate New York in about a week to enjoy all things Lake Champlain and Adirondacks. Can&#8217;t wait!

    I’m going home to upstate New York in about a week to enjoy all things Lake Champlain and Adirondacks. Can’t wait!

  5. Just playing around in Illustrator right now.

    Just playing around in Illustrator right now.

  6. supersonicart:

    The Gravity Tablet: Sketch in 3D.

    Designers at Gravity have created a prototype tablet that allows artists and designers to sketch in augmented space to create three dimensional sketches, designs and drawings that can be shared with co-workers or printed via a 3D Printer.

    Invented by four Design Engineering students at the Royal College of Art in England, Gravity looks like something straight from science fiction with it’s gridded, transparent acrylic surface where one draws while wearing special holograph viewing glasses.  The users can sketch, rotate and zoom in on the drawing from any angle.  Other users can even add on to the drawing.

    Check out a video about Gravity below and some more pictures of the fascinating, ground breaking invention:

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  7. A breakdown of the triangles and circles it took to make the small &#8220;forest&#8221; scene. Pretty time consuming for simplistic shapes, but the outcome is definitely worth it compared to my previous methods. This is all part of some large map illustrations I&#8217;ve been working on for forever! Almost there.

    A breakdown of the triangles and circles it took to make the small “forest” scene. Pretty time consuming for simplistic shapes, but the outcome is definitely worth it compared to my previous methods. This is all part of some large map illustrations I’ve been working on for forever! Almost there.

  8. That&#8217;s right, more trees!

    That’s right, more trees!

  9. Ugh, I&#8217;m working so hard right now. I just need more pop music on my playlist to get me up and moving,

    Ugh, I’m working so hard right now. I just need more pop music on my playlist to get me up and moving,

  10. Working on the idea of pain when it first happens, sudden and shocking. I haven&#8217;t included any of the text yet. The conference is on Pain (clearly) and I&#8217;m trying out some ideas. 

    Working on the idea of pain when it first happens, sudden and shocking. I haven’t included any of the text yet. The conference is on Pain (clearly) and I’m trying out some ideas. 

About me

Hello! My name is Kelly Chilton and I'm an illustrator and graphic designer from NY. I like to draw places I haven't been, crowded cities and the great outdoors. I'm all about typography and geometric design!

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