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Watercolour example - intricate natural coloured patterns which looks less modern due to it not being digitalised

Frankie Magazine. The Frankie magazine cover combines quirky motifs to create an all over print. The uses of a pastel peach colour as the background completes the botanical characters well. The fine line work along with the pastel colour palette keeps the illustration balanced and cohesive. - Valeria Sanchez

Issue 62 of frankie is out in Australia today, and we are tickled pink to be sharing it with you all!

A cover mock-up I did as part of a school assignment. All illustrations by Eline Van der Gucht // plutomeisje.be - first published as Workspace Wednesday - Frankie Magazine Cover

A cover mock-up I did as part of a school assignment. All illustrations by Eline Van der Gucht // plutomeisje.be - first published as Workspace Wednesday - Frankie Magazine Cover

Frankie Magazine Issue 64  I like the colours in this and how the flamingoes are not obvious at first as they blend in as flowers until further exploration.

Frankie Magazine Issue 64 I like the colours in this and how the flamingoes are not obvious at first as they blend in as flowers until further exploration.

Frankie magazine pattern 4

pastels colours might be nice to incorporate its a trend thats really strong currently. This is spread out of franky magazine which is quite quirky. Could be useful for layout even on the informative side of your brochure?

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