The Color, Shape & Imagination of Thereza Rowe

The Color, Shape and Imagination of Thereza Rowe

The Color, Shape and Imagination of Thereza Rowe

The Color, Shape and Imagination of Thereza Rowe

The Color, Shape and Imagination of Thereza Rowe

There’s a lot to love about the illustrations of Thereza Rowe. The London-based illustrator creates fun and playful collages, filled with bright colors and a vibrant sense of mischief. There’s something particularly eye-catching in the way in which she uses geometric shapes and color and indeed, the oddball nature of what she draws.

Rowe’s style is one which seems to be wrapped up in a fantastic sort of childlike wonder, and at times it’s as if her inner-child is simply dictating to her what to draw: “It’s Catman, on a horse, and the horse is saying hello!”. It’s truly wonderful stuff and it’s refreshing to see something so unabashedly playful. It’s no hard task to imagine that her illustrations would be enjoyed by children and the playfulness of them would really stimulate a kid’s imagination. Certainly I know that her work has activated the imagination of the kid who’s writing this! See more of her work online here.

Philip

Philip Kennedy

November 9, 2011 / By

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