The illustrations of Anoushka Matus are colorful, evocative and simple - they remind me of a childish sensibility where art had no restrictions or rules, you just drew whatever made you happy. Her work is varied in theme but always features the same style and personal flourish - broad brush strokes, gentle colors and attention to fun. Her playful and talented worldview has caught on, gaining this young graphic design graduate clients such as Vanity Fair, Cookie Magazine and Victoria's Secret. See more of Anoushka's work below.
The start to an awful day.
A resident of Portland, Oregon.
The cast of "Girls".
Why a dress should always be below the knee.
What I didn't realize I wanted for dinner until now.
One of those French places you can never get a table at.
Your grandma's wallpaper.
Gardening mama knows how its done.
Some guys who refuse the 9-5 grind.
And some guys who don't.
What my apartment looks like.
Winter clothes that look this good never keep you warm.
I also like to show off my new underwear on the moon.
A Whole Foods ad?
Healthy = delicious / never.
The block no one can afford to live on.
What my apartment also looks like.
Interior design at its best.
When life gives you watermelons, teach your stepkids about business.
Following cooking instructions off the internet can never go wrong.
If this isn't already a childrens book cover, it should be.
The one on the far right is definitely a woman.
The guys outside Denny's Bar.
An accurate depiction of mushroom scavenging.
Defying gravity on a good day.
Your childhood friend Yasmin.
A statement of love to cafe napkin doodles.
See Anoushka's collection of work on her site.