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deanne cheuk and neisha crosland

by Grace Bonney

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when it comes to deanne cheuk, there is no way to put it other than: this. girl. rules. deanne is a ny based art director, illustrator and artist (originally from perth, australia) that has consistently blown my mind with her work since 2004, when she was one of the first people i wrote about on design*sponge.

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so i was thrilled to hear from her this week about a beautiful new website she launched showcasing her work over the years. i first heard of deanne when she was working at tokion and have been following her design work every since- her new site has a great selection of collage work, t-shirts, magazine layouts, lettering- all sorts of incredible artwork that is more than enough for a quick jolt of friday morning creativity. click here to check it out….

CLICK HERE for more images of deanne’s work and a preview of abigail’s neisha crosland post on the d*s guest blog!

MORE FROM DEANNE CHEUK:

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today abigail’s final guest blog post is all about textile designer neisha crosland- if you’re not familiar with her work, you’re going to flip. she designs some really gorgeous textiles and wallpapers and abigail’s covering it all. click here to read her post! [thank you to abigail for her great posts this week!]

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