After covering the Southwest with broad strokes for last year’s Wild Sam guide, Caroline Tomlinson was thrilled to explore and illustrate Los Angeles for them this year. The sprawling city had about as much in store for her by way of people, restaurants to know about, landmarks, and old movie theaters as the desert states had wildlife and landscapes, so Tomlinson packed light on her long walks around... read more
Archive Magazine Interview Caroline Tomlinson, how did you get into illustration? I worked as a designer for 15 years in London. Over time it became more and more apparent I wanted to move into illustration and have that as my sole focus, as I was the most... read more
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Caroline Tomlinson created this fun 'Hallo Pumpkin" greeting for us! Have a fun night and enjoy as much candy as you can manage!
Fashion week has come and gone in NYC and London, and has made its way to Milan. Raise your hand if you have been keeping up! Illustration by: Caroline Tomlinson #inspirationfriday #inspireme
Travelers intent on visiting the cultural hubs of the moment–Brooklyn, New Orleans, and Detroit among them–can now add another Wild Sam travel guide to their collection: the Desert Southwest. Designed in Austin, Texas, the guides are slim yet substantive handbooks featuring the most tasteful, extraordinary, and reliable in a given area. This recent output covers the must-sees of the sprawling Southwest, as illustrated by ... read more
We love that our artists not only make work for brands, but for you! Here is a list of our artist's that are selling work for your walls: Karolin Schnoor Tim Tomkinson Caroline Tomlinson Patrick Fraser
SO sad the Olympics are over.. but so fun to see how our #fjartists got thrown into the mix! Check out Caroline Tomlinson, who designed the logo for the #BritishHouseRio, taking some time in Rio to draw on her tablet.
Every image I draw, regardless of whatever, or whoever it is. I draw it several times, using different materials, ink, watercolour, charcoal - endless different materials. Using a combination of different thickness brushes and pens. I then am left with a pile of sketches and marks, that I then scan, then and begin to work with digitally in order to create the final piece. The end result is a collaged image made up from many, many different sketches. See a behind-the-scenes look at... read more