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Teagan White’s Smile-Inducing Critter Creations

If I should ever pen a children’s tale, I’d hope for it to be paired with illustrations as fine as those by young talent Teagan White. Hailing from Chicago, the freelance illustrator and designer now lives and works in St Paul, having recently earned her BFA in Illustration from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Although only a recent graduate, White’s clients already include the likes of Nike, Wired Magazine, Anthropologie, Target, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. It isn’t difficult to see why – her works are beautiful, intricate, playful renderings, inspired by nature and featuring reciprocal relationships between creatures great and small. See for yourself; check out a selection of the creative’s smile-inducing creations below, then be sure to peruse even more of her work over at her gorgeous website.

“Harvey the Greedy Chipmunk”

Detail of “Harvey the Greedy Chipmunk”

“The Last Acorn of Autumn”

Detail of “The Last Acorn of Autumn”

“Lonely Winter Fox”

“Things Squirrels Probably Shouldn’t Be Eating”

“Home Sweet Home”

Section of “Maybe Foxes and Woodchucks Just Weren’t Meant to Be Friends”

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One thought on “Teagan White’s Smile-Inducing Critter Creations

  1. Pingback: Sábado Ilustrado « la vida de miye

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