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Posted by on May 7, 2010 in Got Art?, TGIF | 6 comments

TGIF: Thank God for Illustration Friday – More Diversity in Illustration

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Here’s a continuation on my series of  illustrators who depict people of color in their work. One of my readers asked me to help her find some artists who have a little diversity in their work, so I’ve been on a treasure hunt. Here are some more of my finds and Alexa, this post is for you!

I will be sharing more artists in the upcoming weeks, so if you have any recommendations, please leave a comment.

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The Extent of Silence

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Maya Christina

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Tascha

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Sarah Jane

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Slovly

6 Comments

  1. wow these illustrators are incredibly talented!

  2. Love it! These are absolutely beautiful…Slovly and The Extent of Silence are wonderful. :) Thanks Jen!!

  3. I love the Frida Kahlo series from Tascha. They are so awesome and whimsical!

  4. Oh my, that baby Frida Kahlo is gorgeous and droolworthy!

  5. I love Tascha’s Frida prints!

  6. Wow, these are amazing. Thanks so much!

    Slov is adorable! Tascha’s work is super-interesting and colorful. Maya’s art is so full of love and family. I loved The Extent of Silence before but Sarah Jane Studios is definitely my new favorite! Her work will look amazing on my niece’s wall. I absolutely love them all. (:

    I’ve decided to start emailing my favorite artists and encouraging them to increase the diversity in their art and praising those that already do. I really really appreciate you helping me, Jen. It means a lot! <3

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