Liza Corbett

After a lot of photography related posts, this week I’m here to talk you about a Liza Corbett, an amazing US based illustrator.
I’m following Liza for a few years already and I love how she has been able to create a distinct and recognizable drawing style. Using pencils, inks and guache (and digital mediums too), Liza draws mainly weird and strange ladies  together with equally strange animals.”Women are more fun” she says in this interview, because of their clothes, physicality, hair and so on. And who can bite back?

Her drawings are subtly dark and obscure, never too macabre or close to classic gothic illustrations. Some of her main influences that entered her in this darker and stranger world during her childhood, were Grimm’s Brother faery tales and early Tim Burton Movies.

One aspect of Liza’s art that I love the most are her sketchbooks. I have an insane obsession for all kinds of Moleskines and similar small black books, and when those beautiful notebooks are filled with great art I really go mad. If you have these kinds of  problems too, you need to check this link and see for yourself an amazing selection of pages from her sketchbooks.

You can buy art prints by Liza on her Etsy shop or check more of her art here. If you like this article don’t forget to share!

 

Liza Corbett, illustration, pencil, guache, dark, obscure

 

Liza Corbett, illustration, pencil, guache, dark, obscure

Liza Corbett, illustration, pencil, guache, dark, obscure

Liza Corbett, illustration, pencil, guache, dark, obscure

 

 

 

Liza Corbett, illustration, pencil, guache, dark, obscure

 

 

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