What’s On Your Wall?: Grace Easton, Illustrator

Welcome to What’s On Your Wall?, an ongoing series exploring the studio walls of the artists who inspire us.

The first image you’ll see on illustrator Grace Easton’s website is an animated GIF of a puppy playing a keyboard, a testament to why we love her work so much – it’s beautiful and quirky, all without taking itself too seriously. This British illustrator, now based in Minneapolis, captures little vignettes of her life in crowded city streets and quiet bookstores – ones that we think you’ll find a little familiarity in, just like we did. Check out Grace’s studio wall below:

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Name: Grace Easton
Occupation: Illustrator
Location: Minneapolis
Website/social media: graceeaston.com | @higraceeaston
Artists who inspire you (both old & new): Jockum Nordstrum, Beatrice Alemagna, Eric Ravillious, Lee Miller, Antoine Cosse.

What’s On Grace’s Wall:

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1. There’s More to Life Than Books You Know print by Grace Easton
2. Scraps from scanned illustrations that I hoard in every inch of the studio
3. Picadilly Circus by Eric Ravilious from the Fry Gallery in Saffron Walden
4. Papercut print Henri Matisse
5. Risograph print by Elliot Freeman
6. Ink drawing by Nathan Motzko
7. A photo of a dog from Snooper’s Paradise in Brighton
8. Postcard from the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin
9. Postcard from the lovely Cathy Olmedillas, Editor of Anorak Magazine
10. Romance by Blex Bolex
11. My stamp collection

LEARN MORE ABOUT GRACE EASTON. ☞

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