Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Everywhere you go you can spot an ancient landmark or two. If there’s not a monument, statue or fountain you can be sure there’s a local pizza, gelato or coffee bar. In the Rome illustration we captured a few of the iconic landmarks.
The Rome illustration comes as a print and you can find it in our online store.
The second place to be illustrated in the Tiny World series of illustrations is San Francisco art work. I’ve been working so many late evenings to get this little collection finished. It’s really fun to look at the small details of places and draw them and finally arranging them into place. Here’s a little detail shot from the print.
The Sligo illustration is available as a print. It includes landmarks like Knocknarea, the majestic Ben Bulben, O’Connell street, The Model, The Garavogue river, Drumcliffe, Yeats grave, Carrowmore toombs, Classiebawn castle to name a few.
Sligo is a town along the Wild Atlantic Way on the North west coast of Ireland. It is a very beautiful area with many attractions and very old heritage sites to visit. We climbed the new Knocknarea track up to the top (have ever only gone the old way up before). Well up there we just managed to take a photo of the new illustration. Then the rain clouds started to assemble. Just before the rain swept in, we hurried down the narrow track through dense pine forrest.
The illustration is the latest illustration from Supertrooper Studio. It features both the South side of town as well as the north side of town. Included are iconic landmarks like Hapenny bridge, Busaras, Harp bridge, St Stephens Green, Kilmainham gaol, Temple bar, O’Connell street, Phoenix park, four courts and of course distilleries and breweries.
Available as tea towel, art print or cushion cover
As most of our illustrations we have made the Dublin illustration available as an art print, linen tea towel and cushion cover.
The Newcastle illustration features the possibly oldest swimming pool on the east coast of Australia – The Bogey hole – said to derive from the Dharawal name for “to bathe”. Hidden away under an old shopping arcade the original baths can be found. The illustration is also featuring Nobbys beach and Nobbys Lighthouse, Shipwreck Walk in Stockton, Newcastle Museum, Newcastle Art Gallery, Christ Church Cathedral, The Obelisk, King Edward Park, Darby Street, Fort Scratchley, Convict Lumber Yard and the Art Deco Ocean Baths.
And if you look closely you might find the kangaroo hiding away in the ground said to thump it’s tail so the land is trembling. The print is available in our online store here.
One of my favorite things to illustrate is projects for children as I get to use all the colours in the toolbox.
One of the first items I made when working in the Supertrooper Studio (before it was even had a name of sorts) was the Happy Alphabet ABC-poster. People we met along the way all told us how much they loved the illustrations, and if you’ve met us or have our card you might have noticed that all our business cards use the ABC-illustrations. As a rule of thumb we run out of these at every event as everyone is looking for their letter 🙂
My personal favorite is the Sun illustration. In fact I liked it so much that you’ll find different versions of the Sun in the Super Places Series as well.
And now, here we are trying to get a small run of pennants for the new Beautiful Day Collection finished. As you might have guessed – there’s a happy Sun in there too.
A classic collection of timeless illustrations for the nursery or kids room interior. The Collection consists of happy and friendly illustrations: Meet the friendly Mr Moon, Miss Sunshine and Shining Star in a series of three prints. Available in the shop.