• Design Free Thursday // Hilarious Illustrations by Lyvia Alexandra.


    Posted on 27th June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration, random fun. 1 Comment

    Illustration by Lyvia Alexandra | Yellowtrace.

    Illustration by Lyvia Alexandra | Yellowtrace.

    Illustration by Lyvia Alexandra | Yellowtrace.

    Illustration by Lyvia Alexandra | Yellowtrace.

     

    Lyvia Alexandra is a London-based illustrations student and a part-time model who creates hilarious illustrations on everyday subjects. Apart from being seriously funny, I also find her work quite sweet, completely natural and honest. It’s as though Lyvia documents all those bizarre/ un-pc/ quirky little things we laugh about with our own friends, but don’t feel comfortable putting on paper the internet.

    This young lady also has an illustrations shop where you can buy some of her drawings. Thank you for brightening my day Lyvia. Do you guys have a favourite? I’m going with the pigeon all the way. Too good!

     


    [Images courtesy of Lyvia Alexandra, via iGNANT.]

     





  • One Response to “Design Free Thursday // Hilarious Illustrations by Lyvia Alexandra.”

    1. Haha, fantastic! They had me smiling from ear to ear, which is good work for a Monday!



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